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Allure of Science

While US President Barack Obama has placed an emphasis on getting students interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics careers through the Educate to Innovate Initiative and a series of White House science fairs, Kenneth Chang at the New York Times writes that the goal has been "elusive."

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