Monday, June 19, 2017

While US STEM education market declines, China invests heavily

The United States is a global superpower, but recent political decisions have called to question its commitment to certain core concepts, including science, technology, engineering and math education. In fact, between the conflicting interests of US Secretary of State Betsy DeVos’ pro-STEM education stance and President Donald Trump’s intention to cut NASA’s education office, the world is questioning the fate of STEM education in US school systems. Will a de-emphasis on US STEM education negatively impact STEM education policies worldwide? Considering the number of global edtech businesses with products and services catering to the US education market, it makes sense…

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