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Published on 21 April 2022
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Lack of advanced STEAM education in Public Schools
STEAM education was created in the 1950s, It was then put in effect in the 1990s and 2000s
The US invests 540 million dollars in to educational K-12 STEAM programs across the country each year.
•High demand in STEAM jobs •Need a better understanding of it
32,000 US High Schools don't have advanced STEAM programs
50% of High-poverty students don't have access to most advanced science classes
These children will not have access to high paying jobs in the future
•6.2% of the jobs in the US require STEAM knowledge •High poverty children wont have a chance To get these jobs
High poverty 87% graduation rate compared 95% graduation rate of low to no poverty high schools.
Low-income families have a dropout rate of 10% compared to the 1.6% from high-income families dropout rate.
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