How the globe measures up in STEM

July 24, 2014

This infographic gives a good picture of how the U.S. is doing in the fields of Math, Reading, and Science compared to other countries.

It’s easy to just say that the U.S. is doing poorly when it comes to STEM subjects. But when you put faces to the numbers or put countries names next to everything, it becomes more real. The U.S. is sorely behind in many fields, and it’s time that we pick up the pace in our education and help our students become the best that they can in STEM fields, and in all school subjects.

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