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  1. PcsJoslinJJ


    <script> </script> Hey, so i was looking at the Dartmouth STEM AFF and im kinda confessed as to why the plan text specifies that ESSA should fully fund title II and IV? the solvency cards are kinda no the best so why specify The United States federal government should fully fund grants for primary and secondary STEM education, including an emphasis on climate change and evolution, authorized by Title II and Title IV of the Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015.
  2. db7894

    DA Evidence

    Hi, So I'm writing a neg to an aff for state that basically promotes ocean based STEM education and I'm having a little trouble finding evidence for 2 of the off case positions I'm thinking of reading that I think would be particularly effective, which are a Wage Competition and a Foreign Nationals Turn. The Wage DA is basically that the 1ac needs to employ more skilled professionals to teach its increase in STEM programs, which actually takes them away from the labor market for green-businesses and the link. I have UQ for wage inflation low now but I just need that link ev. For the foreign nationals, I haven't been able to find a card that says STEM will prevent foreign nationals from getting visas because employers won't be able to prove that there aren't equivalently skilled US workers and evidence that these visa programs are key to transnational cooperation. I've searched for this but can't find any specifically relevant articles. I'd appreciate any help!
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