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The fourth annual Solar Spotlight program, hosted by ComEd, will celebrate Black History Month by exposing African American students from Chicago to science, technology, engineering, and math
concepts. Photo Credit: Provided by ComEd

The fourth annual Solar Spotlight program, hosted by ComEd, will celebrate Black History Month by exposing African American students from Chicago to science, technology, engineering, and math
concepts. Photo Credit: Provided by ComEd

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Fourth Annual Solar Spotlight Program Exposes African American Students To Solar Science

Early in his administration, President Barack Obama spoke out about the importance of focusing on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) in education and the U.S. Department of Education has estimated that the United States Will need to add 1 million more STEM professionals to the workforce by 2022.