Science, technology, engineering and math education in the U.S. could get an additional $100 million per year as part of an immigration bill being considered by federal lawmakers. An amendment to the bill would direct money to states to recruit STEM educators, retool community-college programs and boost standards. Other funding would go to colleges with minority-focused STEM training, among other things.
STEM education could get new funding as part of immigration bill
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