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U.S. News best high schools for science and tech, 2013


It’s not every day that a politician, a beauty queen and a hip hop star champion the same cause, but don’t tell that to President Barack Obama, reigning Miss America Mallory Hagan and Black Eyed Peas frontman Will.i.am, reports U.S. News & World Report. All three are using their fame to promote STEM education, and it’s not hard to understand why. Training in science, technology, engineering and math can place students in the pipeline for in-demand career fields such as software development, biomedicine and aerospace engineering. Early exposure to those subjects is key to preparing high school graduates to eventually fill the millions of jobs waiting for technically skilled workers. The U.S. News 2013 Best High Schools for STEM rankings, released today, identify public high schools excelling at that task…

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