New STEM recommendations promote education and workforce development

A new set of recommendations aims to help bolster the state’s education system and workforce focused on STEM — science, technology, engineering and math.

The Maine State Chamber of Commerce, Maine Mathematics & Science Alliance and Science is US released the set of policy recommendations on Tuesday.

“The future of Maine’s STEM workforce is rapidly evolving, as are the skills the youth of today will need to be successful in that workforce,” said Ruth Kermish-Allen, executive director of the Maine Mathematics & Science Alliance. Read more

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