[Infographic] The Growth of Robotics in STEM Education


Of these five million jobs, 15% were classified as tech related. Today, the United States is faced with a growing number of jobs that require STEM education background and a limited number of candidates to fill these positions.

In 2015, $100 million in federal grants were made available through White House initiative, TechHire. This supports a potential workforce by providing training and certification for those looking to enter a technical field or career. More and more high schools and universities across the country are implementing STEM education training, courses, and certification programs.

Students no longer require educators the way they used to. In this day and age, information is easily accessed on the internet, forcing educators to reinvent their teaching approach to bring relevance to information and provide real world application. By creating an environment of hands-on learning, students are more likely to continue their education in a STEM field like computer sciences, mathematics, and especially robotics.

Check out this infographic to see the growth of Robotics in STEM Education.

robotics in stem education infographic

This infographic originally appeared here.

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