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The momentum for improving U.S. STEM capabilities is building, with opinion leaders and editorial boards opining in support of reform and newsrooms writing about it across the country.

May 22, 2013 ITIF Tells the 'Real Story' of America's STEM Workforce
May 06, 2013 High Starting Salaries for STEM Majors Indicate Too Few Graduates to Meet Demand in These Fields
April 26, 2013 'Power and Potential' of STEM on Display at White House Science Fair
August 03, 2012 ‘National Research Universities Are Our Secret Weapons,’ Says Accenture Executive Chairman
June 20, 2012 BRT President: STEM Education Critical to Economic Growth
June 06, 2012 Engineering Education Reforms Needed to Create Innovative Future Workforce
March 19, 2012 Business, Political and Academic Leaders Agree: A Skilled STEM Workforce is Critical to U.S. Economic Growth
March 01, 2012 Connecting the Dots: The Where, When & How of Who’s Doing What in STEM
February 07, 2012 TAP Coalition Applauds New Public-Private Initiative to Prepare 100,000 STEM Teachers in the Next 10 Years
January 26, 2012 President’s Remarks on Need for a Skilled Workforce to Drive U.S. Economic Growth, Job Creation Echo TAP Coalition’s STEM Policy Recommendations

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