In the New York Daily News:
The city has created 22 new technical education high schools, with seven more coming next year. There are hundreds of new STEM programs in public schools across the city at all levels.
Construction is about to start on a $2 billion Cornell genius school graduate program that’s designed to churn out the next generation of tech entrepreneurs, and the City University of New York has rolled out dozens of new STEM programs since 2005.
Photo: NYC Deputy Mayor for Economic Development Robert K. Steel. Credit: Kevin Hagen for New York Daily News