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    1. Trump on Sept. 25 signed a memorandum that pledges to spend up to $200 million a year to expand access to “high-quality” STEM education, with a focus on computer science. “The ...

    2. President Donald Trump on Monday directed at least $200 million a year to technology education grants for women and minorities. The president signed a memo instructing Education ...

    3. The White House says Ivanka Trump will be in Detroit on Tuesday, appearing with Quicken Loans Chairman Dan Gilbert to reveal a private-sector commitment aimed at promoting access to high-quality ...

    4. Ivanka Trump will be in Detroit on Tuesday, joining Quicken Loans Chairman Dan Gilbert to promote STEM education and a significant pledge from the private sector to boost computer ...

    5. Trump on Monday directed the Department of Education to work toward funding $200 million in grants each year for science, technology, engineering and math education programs ...

    6. President Donald Trump on Monday directed his education secretary to prioritize science and technology education and spend at least $200 million annually on competitive ...

    7. President Trump wants the Education Department to invest $200 million to boost U.S. classroom instruction in computer science and STEM — science, technology, engineering ...

    8. Now, he’s changed his mind. The White House issued a memorandum Monday (see text below) directing the Education Department to spend $200 million a year on grants that promote science, ...

    9. President Donald Trump is directing the Department of Education to prioritize science and technology education and to spend at least $200 million annually on competitive ...

    10. Ivanka Trump, daughter and senior adviser of President Donald Trump, is expected to be in Detroit on Tuesday to lead a new nationwide initiative promoting STEM and computer science education.

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