Tips to get your kids excited about STEM education

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. --  Jobs in the STEM fields are growing at a rate of seven times higher than non-STEM jobs. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and math. Research shows that less than 20 percent of high school students plan to pursue a career in these industries. Julee Koncak of Burns and McDonnell shared a few tips to help parents get their kids more engaged and excited about STEM education.

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