Industries eager for tomorrow's STEM graduates are increasingly joining with various layers of government to encourage training in the disciplines for K-12 students. "It is essential that the next generation of professionals has the skills and education necessary to compete on a global platform, particularly as it pertains to STEM-related fields," said John Calabrese, vice president of global vehicle engineering for General Motors, whose Project Lead the Way is a leading nonprofit provider of STEM curriculum for middle and high schools.

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