Students from across the United States met with congressional leaders and the Obama administration to show STEM apps and games they've developed

[caption id="attachment_153780" align="alignleft" width="300"]stem-apps-students Students present their apps and games in Washington, D.C. Credit: The author[/caption]

To remain competitive and lead the global community in technology and innovation, the United States must continue to invest in its greatest asset—its youth. Many articles and reports suggest that America needs to place a greater emphasis on STEM education, and countless other commentary notes the lack of diversity in the...

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