By Peter Norton
Depending on your source, the so-called “STEM crisis” is either a grave threat or fabricated hype. As a STEM educator, I think it’s both.
Everyone who cares enough to look into the subject knows that tech companies allege shortages in the quantity and quality of graduates in science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields more to ensure a steady stream of employable graduates than to address any real national crisis.
But this does not mean that all is well in STEM education.
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