Bill Nye the Science Guy discusses the importance of STEM education

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(PIX11)-- Children need to being engaging with STEM as early as elementary school in order to complete with their peers in college and the future workforce. Waiting until high school can have a serious impact on their success. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Bill Nye talks about the importance of STEM and developing children's interest in it.

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