‘Falling Behind?’

May 23, 2014

The U.S. isn’t producing enough highly skilled graduates in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields to meet the country’s workforce needs. To remain competitive in an increasingly globalized world the U.S. needs to step up its own production of STEM graduates and amend its immigration policies to better recruit the best and the brightest from abroad. Such is the conventional wisdom in the halls of Congress and many corners of higher education. But what if it’s wrong?

Article Source: Inside Higher Ed