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, georgia tech. they're all lined up. wti, rpi, they're all there, yale. and they're fighting over these kids. and these kids get an education in tech, and there's no question, how do you get them into the question? the question is every company out there is fighting, they want them. >> encourage them through whatever means possible to invest their time and energy into s.t.e.m. related courses. you can't do it once they get to college. you have to have it at the elementary level, then it feeds into the secondary level. and then into college. and it makes no difference, again, i always tell young men and women that i talk to, you cannot be having a technical background, a technical degree, because it gives you the flexibility to become a poet, an author, anything you want to do, the world is your oyster. if you decide halfway through college that you want to be an engineer and you haven't taken trigonometry or basic math, you're out of luck. so there is no -- there is no downside to getting them into technical courses, in the math and sciences. they go through high school and college, it'
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