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Highlights
  • Bialik is working with Texas Instruments to promote science, technology, engineering and math education to students.
  • It's important to offer communities STEM education so that their children can compete for STEM jobs in the future.
  • Personalized education helped Bialik succeed in STEM. A one-fits-all approach won't work for students.

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