By 2018, 8 million STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) jobs will be available in the United States, but the majority of students in this country will be unprepared to fill them. STEM Education Coalition is committed to help students and teachers succeed and ensure they are prepared for careers and opportunities in the future. The long-term success of our nation is dependent upon our students and their innovation.
What is the condition of STEM where you live and work? You may explore by state or nationally at http://vitalsigns.changetheequation.org/.
For more information on the STEM Education Coalition visit http://www.stemedcoalition.org/.