A new STEM academy for those with learning difficulties focuses on hard and soft skills


stem-academyEye-opening statistics about career readiness are seemingly everywhere these days, and nowhere is that more apparent than when it comes to the future of STEM, where jobs are rapidly growing -- up to 17 percent from 2014 to 2024 by one estimate -- and could reach 8.6 million by 2018. In that light, the scramble to provide students with hard skills, like robotics and coding, coupled with related soft skills, such as critical thinking and collaboration, seems...

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