Is an intense focus on STEM education a good idea? Most would say yes.

Reread, or enjoy for the first time, an article written by Sarah Galey (originally printed Apri 8. 2015).

The article makes the case that pitting STEM education against the humanities may hurt students' creativity, innovative thinking, and imagination. Fareed Zakaria, a well-known and respected journalist, shares his thoughts about focusing too heavily on STEM education at the expense of the arts, when balance may be the best solution for students and for jobs of the future.  

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