How do we solve the STEM Paradox?
Published June 09, 2017
There is widespread consensus that meeting the workforce needs of the 21st century will require us to make a greater investment in education in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Yet, even as increasing numbers of STEM students graduate around the world, millions of STEM jobs in both developed and emerging countries are going unfilled. The Global STEM Alliance (GSA) aims to address this paradox through programs to build a better STEM pipeline. A coalition of more than 250 organizations across industry, government, academia, and the not-for-profit sector, the GSA is committed to increasing the number and diversity of students in the STEM pipeline.