In a recent piece published by the Grand Forks Herald, an interesting fact was divulged from North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum’s recent signature on a new tech education and learning funding bill. While most citizens of the state are aware of Governor Burgum’s advancements in the technology sector, not many knew he had the foresight to inject much-needed funding into the burgeoning field.
These funds will go towards helping both colleges and universities in the area, who are researching and developing the latest in tech and innovation, as well as high schools and even elementary schools across the state who are hoping to implement more STEM instruction. North Dakota teachers and students alike will have the opportunity to explore new technologies and resources with the added funding.
The idea of helping the education and tech sectors merge together to create a strong and successful learning environment is an admirable one, and Governor Burgum knows this. By investing in the research and resources of the tools necessary for these fields to succeed, the citizens of North Dakota can better prepare themselves for the future of technology. Additionally, it ensures the state is providing its inhabitants with a strong education and resources to move forward in the tech job market.
Governor Burgum’s signature on this bill has certainly been met with a good deal of excitement and satisfaction among North Dakotans. His investment in the tech-education sector is a much-needed step forward in preparing North Dakotans for the advanced technology that is coming to further strengthen and contribute to the great state of North Dakota.
Gov. Doug Burgum’s signature on tech education and learning funding is ‘exciting … Grand Forks Herald