Interest in STEM develops early, survey finds

09/28/2011 | U.S. News & World Report

The majority of students who pursue a degree in science, technology, engineering and math fields say their interest in STEM developed during high school, according to a recent survey by Microsoft. Some even can trace their interest to childhood games and school clubs. However, students also revealed dissatisfaction with STEM education in middle and high school, saying there were not enough science and math courses available.

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