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Washington educator: STEM jobs are the future

By Corinne Saunders

The Daily Advance

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It’s never too early to start focusing on a career — particularly one in science and math, a Washington County educator told about 200 middle and high school students at Elizabeth City State University Friday.

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Mayor Peel and Manager Olson

are proponents of STEM schools, which will provide more opportunities, while some people think such opportunities are reasons to start a witch hunt.

This Man

should talk to the NAACP about STEM schools. STEM used to be just called a good basic education.

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