Economic projections point to a need for approximately one million more STEM professionals than the U.S. will produce at the current rate over the next decade. To meet this goal, the U.S. will need to increase the number of students who receive undergraduate STEM degrees by about 34% annually over current rates. Strategies for Effective STEM Education, edited by Valerian Bell and Shioban Gonzalez, provides an overview for strategies to improve STEM education during the first two years of college, thereby being responsive to both the challenges and the opportunities presented by this crucial stage in the STEM-education pathway.
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