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Trump Administration Launches Effort to Bolster U.S. STEM Education, Workforce

The Trump administration has announced a strategy that aims to drive innovation by promoting science, technology, engineering and mathematics education.

The plan, titled Charting a Course for Success: America’s Strategy for STEM Education, is intended to keep the U.S. at the top of innovation and economy, the White House said Tuesday.

The effort directs federal agencies to work with STEM communities in promoting all paths under the broad area, and fortify the country's STEM workforce.

The administration developed the plan based on comments from students, teachers, academic executives, parents, government officials and industry leaders.

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