STEM education is critical, but schools struggle to keep students interested


STEM-edEducators hear it all the time: STEM education is one of the keys to a competitive and successful U.S. workforce. But for all the emphasis on science, technology, engineering, and math, these subjects often can be dry and leave students wondering how they'll apply these concepts in the real world.

The latest PISA results paint a grim picture of U.S. math and science performance--in math, the U.S. ranked 26th out of the 34 testing countries, and the nation ranked...

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