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STEM enthusiasm in the toilet

Thirty percent of Americans say they would rather clean the bathroom than solve a math problem. That finding could reflect the fact that many Americans experience math as a series of abstract or artificial "problems" disconnected from real-world problems that have a profound bearing on their lives. Math is critical to the future of the nation and everyone in it. We have to address the enthusiasm gap.

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