STEM camp teacher Glenn Jones helps Dakota Jones work on her website about about solar energy during the STEM Science Camp at Mitchell Sr. Elementary in Atwater in 2014. The number of STEM jobs in the past decade has grown three times as fast as other fields, and experts believe that trend will continue into the next decade, California Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson said.
STEM camp teacher Glenn Jones helps Dakota Jones work on her website about about solar energy during the STEM Science Camp at Mitchell Sr. Elementary in Atwater in 2014. The number of STEM jobs in the past decade has grown three times as fast as other fields, and experts believe that trend will continue into the next decade, California Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson said. Bea Ahbeck Casson Merced Sun-Star file
STEM camp teacher Glenn Jones helps Dakota Jones work on her website about about solar energy during the STEM Science Camp at Mitchell Sr. Elementary in Atwater in 2014. The number of STEM jobs in the past decade has grown three times as fast as other fields, and experts believe that trend will continue into the next decade, California Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson said. Bea Ahbeck Casson Merced Sun-Star file

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