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How To Grow STEM

Tarina Quraishi, Harvard class of 2014, shares her thoughts on STEM education during the college years in The Harvard Crimson.  "Although early exposure to the sciences is certainly necessary, and positive experiences can be formative, getting kids interested in math and science is only half the battle," she writes. "To ensure that children’s passion for STEM leads into actual careers, we must sustain and support this interest through adulthood." A good perspective, and worth a read. Via www.thecrimson.com

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