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Tomorrow's Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Workforce Starts with Early Education

Abstract

"This brief outlines four facts about the importance of early learning to future STEM success:

1. The math achievement gap starts early, even before kindergarten
2. High-quality early education includes real math and science content
3. Early math instruction improves later abilities
4. Early learning also helps build the behavior traits—perseverance, problem-solving, patience—that STEM employees need

To enhance the success of America's youngest citizens and build the STEM workforce of the future, businesses should support quality early childhood education that includes math and science."

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