The Utah legislature has granted $10 million to further the science, technology, engineering and math education, or STEM, throughout the state in an effort to prepare Utah students for high-tech careers, KSL.com reports. Students at Granite School District’s Institute of Technology have learned the importance of science and technology to help them find future careers. “The business world is kind of competitive and I wanted to have a little edge over other people to be successful, so I thought, ‘Why not come here?’ ” said sophomore Aline Bustios about the Institute of Technology…

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