Professor John Skrentny recently published his new book Wasted Education: How We Fail Our Graduates in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

The book reveals how STEM work drives away bright graduates as a result of  “burn and churn” management practices, lack of job security, constant training for a neverending stream of new—and often socially harmful—technologies, and the exclusion of women, people of color, and older workers. Wasted Education shows that if we have any hope of improving the return on our STEM education investments, we have to change the way we’re treating the workers on whom our future depends.

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Here is the link to an interview with Professor Skrentny.

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