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While schools combat low tech enrollment, are businesses contributing to IT workforce woes?

Editor's note: This is the third of a three-part series on information technology workforce development.

Milwaukee, Wis. - Will members of the so-called Xbox generation ever be as interested in helping companies create information technology as they are in consuming it?

Judging by the growing number of technology activi......

Full article >>> ority students to pursue technology careers, especially because foreign students educated in the United States now have better prospects at home and are less likely to remain here.

The Wisconsin Girls Collaborative Project, funded by an 18-month grant from the National Science Foundation, is specifically designed to increase the number of females in STEM.<......

Full article >>> d. I think that was kind of a shock.

Roseland said the collaborative also attempts to provide public school teachers with the knowledge and skills they need to teach STEM subjects in an interesting way. It has created flexible teacher training programs and has enlisted university faculty to work collaboratively with K-12 teachers.

Staying current with knowledge is one challenge, ......

Full article >>> ollege's summer Girls Technology Camp for middle schoolers. By high school, it might be too late because they have formed ideas about their aptitudes and interests.

Trouble shooter

Throughout the halls of academia, interactivity is viewed as the key to stimulating academic interest in technology careers.

Jake Vondra was part of an MATC student team that finished t......

Full article >>> o the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics, IT-related occupations are among the fastest-growing jobs in the country. It forecasts that computer-related professions will occupy three of the top 10 fastest-growing occupations between 2004 and 2014.

Super Geek or Super Star?

Kate Kaiser, associate professor of technology in the

Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 07/10/07


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