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other leading technology states on a consistent basis. In the five-year wake of the “dot-com” collapse, Massachusetts has fallen behind its competitors with negative job growth in key industry clusters, including financial services, healthcare technology, and software and communications. New start-ups have fallen, indicating that Massachusetts is not capturing the full potential of downstream benefits of the innovative ideas and inventions coming from the Commonwealth’s universities, research institutions and teaching hospitals. Lack of affordable housing is contributing to an ongoing population loss, ...
BOSTON, MA - Students need to begin training in the sciences and math as early as pre-kindergarten for optimal success, according to a report released today by Wheelock College’s Aspire Institute. The report, commissioned by the John Adams Innovation Institute of the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative, also advises that elementary school teachers receive specific training in science and math, and recommends the establishment of a Greater Boston STEM Educator Consortium to collaboratively pursue goals, practices and funding for preparing skilled PreK-6 STEM educators. “There is no ... Read More
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