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  1. #1 A good start 
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    Awaiting details with interest.

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    Ever since high school, in the later years I've appreciated the sciences, but so many people don't. I didn't even enjoy Chemistry until early last year actually...

    My sister hasn't started learning Chemistry yet, she's 11 and I asked her if she wanted to learn some and she said "No it's boring I don't like Chemistry." Which for me really sums up a minority of young peoples' attitudes towards STEM.

    A lot of young people are opting for things like media degrees, which is fine to an extent, but it seems like a little bit of an easy option, in my opinion, as it's such a fun subject, but realistically for most promises very few job prospects.

    STEM!


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    A human being is not attaining his full heights until he is educated.
    said - Horace Mann 8)
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    Self discipline is basic to education.
    Disciplining ourselves is the key success to educate our environment!
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