The Increase of STEM in Schools #infographic

The Increase of STEM in Schools #infographic

In 2001, Judith Ramaley, the National Science Foundation's Assistant Director of Education & Family Services (NSF), invented the word STEM to describe a science, technology, engineering, and math curriculum. This method of program has been used around the world since then, but students in the U.S. have tended to lag in STEM accomplishmentsacademically.\\\

Today, high school graduates are some of the first to complete a fully STEM-focusedK-12 curriculum. Although 86 percent of these high school grades are preparing to pursue a career in STEM and 75 percent of college grades in 2018 had increased in STEM-related fields, not enough jobs are still in the region. In 2018, 2.4 million STEM-related positions went unfilled as STEM currently houses 8 of the 10 fastest-growing jobs. Technology will continue to grow and there will also be an increase in the need for workers who can learn these skills, adapt and solve problems. Read on to learn more about the rise in schools and the need for STEM.

The Increase of STEM in Schools #infographic

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