Since the Space Race began in the 1950s and snapped America out of its education doldrums, schools and universities have been called upon to put greater focus on the sciences. In the last decade or so, that focus has manifested itself in an emphasis on STEM curriculum—science, technology, engineering and mathematics. As the 21st-century economy demands more workers skilled in these fields, education institutions have stepped up their efforts to steer students toward STEM ...

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