STEM Education gets $28 Million from Obama Administration

In an effort to increase the number of  teachers of technology, science and math across the US classrooms, President Obama announced on Thursday November 20, 2014 during a White House ceremony to present the highest national science, technology and innovation awards for 2014 that a $28 million investment will be made by the federal government in partnership with some organizations. The increased funding will provide one million new students with science courses over the next two years and also continue the Educate to Innovate initiative started in 2009 to increase the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills of high school students in the United States.

 

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