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In addition to adeptly managing the existing workforce, the health of the industry relies on a steady supply of highly educated individuals, particularly those earning university degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. The number of individuals pursuing these degrees provides insight into the pool of potential future employees, and trends in students pursuing these fields reflect changing perceptions of the quantity and desirability of opportunities in these areas as well as general interest in the field.

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2008 – TIMSS

To gauge how U.S. elementary and middle school students compare…

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2008 – NAEP

Starting at the 4th grade level, only 39% of students…

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2008 – Top-level Trends

“Many young people today with a technical bent are more…

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2012 – Demographics

Universities in the United States attract a large number of…

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2012 – NAEP

The production of highly skilled scientists and engineers has its…

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2012 – Top-level Trends

Science and engineering education provides the advanced skills required for…

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2013 – Demographics

In the United States, the number of STEM graduates has…

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2013 – NAEP

In addition to participating in TIMSS, the United States also…

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2013 – TIMSS

The TIMSS study also assesses mathematics and science knowledge and…

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2013 – PISA

Trends in international primary and secondary STEM education can be…

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