STEM interest is not always sustained in high school, report says

02/1/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Many high-school freshmen who express an interest in pursuing science, technology, engineering and math lose their enthusiasm by senior year, according to a recent report. A key to boosting interest in STEM fields is demonstrating the connection between those subjects in school and the variety of related jobs and careers that await students after high school or college, STEM leaders said during a recent town hall meeting.

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