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What Is STEM, Anyway?

Natalie Angier at the New York Times wonders whether the focus on STEM education is helpful, and whether the acronym is obscuring the goal of a comprehensive science education. The Broad's Eric Lander tells her that when he first heard the term, he was confused. "I thought, stem education? What about flower education?" he say.

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