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White House Panel Issues Report on STEM Education

The other day I blogged about a forthcoming report from a White House advisory panel on new federal steps to advance STEM education. Well, it's no longer forthcoming. It's out. And you can find it here.

Stand by for more news on the STEM education front later today. President Obama is hosting a White House event this afternoon. Among the things he's expected to discuss is the creation of a new nonprofit, called Change the Equation, aimed at helping companies improve and expand their efforts in STEM education. I'll have more to say on that organization later, too, including drawing on an interview I had with the group's CEO, Linda Rosen.

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