STEMtistics - Engineering

STEMtistics - Engineering

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African Americans are not gaining ground in engineering

African Americans not gaining ground in engineering


African Americans earn small share of bachelor's degrees or higher

untapped potential


The STEM workforce gender gap is not yet declining

women see no improvement since 2001


People of color remain scarce in the STEM workforce

whites asians dominate STEM workforce


The aging STEM workforce

aging stem workforce


Unemployment Lower in Computer Science & Engineering

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California Doesn't Increase Engineering & Tech Instruction for 4th Graders

California Doesn't Increase Engineering & Tech Instruction for 4th Graders


NGSS Schools Ramp Up Engineering & Tech Instruction

NGSS Schools Ramp Up Engineering & Tech Instruction


Most Students Say Classes Don't Cover Engineering & Tech

Most Students Say Classes Don't Cover Engineering & Tech


Engineering Pays Off

Engineering pays off



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