How early should kids begin STEM education?

Ohio children need high-quality pre-k education if they are to develop the STEM skills that will be in demand for 21st century jobs, a group of business and military leaders said this week.


A new report shows Ohio has a skills gap in science, technology, engineering and math. The report was prepared by ReadyNation, a nonprofit business group, and Mission: Readiness, a group of retired military leaders who work to ensure kids stay in school.

Click here to read Sarah Cavender’s complete article on Ohio STEM programming and the ReadyNation organization on the Dayton Daily News.

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