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STEM Reads for the Week

July 15, 2011

A recap of everything around the web that’s a must-read for those interested in STEM Education. Check back every Friday to see what we’ve been reading this week!

THE BIG ONE: Department of Commerce research shows a good future for STEM professions (via Economics and Statistics Administration)

Illinois Governor to sign bill to build new STEM schools (via Beacon News)

Changing immigration laws to improve U.S STEM jobs (via

Carnegie Foundation leads launch of coalition to improve STEM teaching (via US News & World Report)

New report shows Mississippi, W. Virginia least prepared in Science/Engineering education(via Huffington Post)

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  1. Amaka Okechukwu permalink
    July 20, 2011 2:42 pm

    Well written article on the salient issue of brain drain in the US and the need for immigration reform especially for the growing number of highly educated foreign students in the US. I enjoyed reading this – thanks!

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