100Kin10, a national nonprofit focused on recruiting, preparing, and supporting teachers in science, technology, engineering, and math, published an open letter on Monday that reiterated the importance of their mission in a new political climate. "To produce big ideas, solve our biggest challenges, and keep America competitive on a global scale, students need excellent educations -- in STEM especially,"
President Donald Trump promised to do many things during his presidential campaign, and since taking office, he has begun setting those plans into action. One of the things he did not really address during his campaign, however, is how he is going to reform and change the current US Patent system.
“It’s unacceptable that we have so many American women who have these degrees but yet are not being employed in these fields, so I think that’s going to change, and it’s going to change very rapidly. Protecting women with STEM degrees and all Americans with STEM degrees - very important, but it also means you have to crackdown on offshoring, because the offshoring is a tremendous problem that displaces many of our American workers and brains, the brain power,” he said.