What do data scientists, social media managers, and sustainability managers all have in common?
They all have STEM careers that did not exist 10 years ago. A growing body of research confirms what leading educators have long known: preparing today’s learners for the jobs of tomorrow requires developing next-generation skills and an interest in STEM education at a young age. This is especially important for girls and minorities who are underrepresented in STEM professions.
This short video below provides a glimpse of how Phenix City elementary schools emphasize this early learning experience: