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STEM Dropout Rates and the Manufacturing Skills Gap
From the article, “STEM Dropout Rates and the Manufacturing Skills Gap”:
Courses in high school must move beyond the theoretical and into the practical so that students can see their relevance and the available career paths they offer. Only by giving them the opportunity to really explore STEM in a hands-on manner can students determine if a STEM career is right for them. Exposing students to the applications of STEM early, and doing so by way of inherently engaging approaches — like interactive multimedia, project-based hands-on learning, and training systems that use industrial components that mimic real-world situations — can turn their interest in STEM into a real desire for a career.
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