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Commander Encourages Exciting STEM Curricula

Among the messages featured in a speech this week by Air Force Space Command commander General William Shelton: We must make STEM education exciting to keep students interested in pursuing science, engineering, and math subjects in college and beyond. Speaking up in support of high school internships in the sciences, General Shelton said, "Just think how many kids we could get off the fence and down the path of a STEM career once they got to participate in some real-world science and engineering." Via www.afspc.af.mil

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