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A Conversation about Education, Innovation

Leaders in technology, education and innovation discuss STEM education on Twitter (#askSTEM) before the U.S. News & World Report STEM Solutions conference.

Study: Women Discriminated Against in Math Hiring

Men and women alike may be twice as likely to hire a man over a woman for a math position, a new study finds.

Most STEM Ph.D.s Leave Academia, Research

Despite training to become future professors and researchers, most STEM doctorate recipients leave that arena.

School Gardens Help Teachers, Students With STEM

REAL School Gardens works to bring learning gardens -- and a new way to teach science --  to low-income schools.

U.S. Students Inch Past Peers in Problem Solving

The report claims strong problem-solving skills are becoming increasingly important in the job market.

Report: Women 3 Times Less Likely to Become Scientific Researchers

The gap of women in science appears as early as the bachelor's degree level and worsens with time, a new report finds.

Conference Highlights
Former U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings talks with Brian Kelly, editor of U.S. News & World Report, during the 2013 STEM Solutions conference.
Video: Notes from the STEM Solutions Conference

Missed the 2013 U.S. News & World Report STEM Solutions Conference? Watch the video to see what educators and experts had to say. Click here to register for the 2014 Conference!

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The (Not So) Simple Road Ahead

American businesses need more STEM-capable workers, but finding them isn't so easy

The State of STEM and Jobs

The first national STEM education and employment conference showcased successful programs--but there's a need to scale up.

Educators Take Aim at STEM Myths

At the 2013 U.S. News STEM Solutions conference, educators and STEM advocates shot holes in what they consider to be myths about STEM.
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