I share the President's enthusiasm! The devil is in the details. To out-educate, we cannot simply know that STEM education should be a priority; we must make it one. We must equip educators with the resources and training to make classrooms places of challenge and adventure. We must set expectations high and reward both the teachers and the students who exceed them. And, we should expand public-private STEM partnerships that encourage future employers to invest time and resources in their future workforce. To out-build and out-innovate, we must connect people with ideas to resources -- efficiently and effectively. We must incentivize risk-taking, and insure that a lack of financing does not hinder entrepreneurial growth. This means pursuing legislative changes that allow crowdfunding, stock auctions (vs. IPOs), FDIC authority to make local level judgment calls on lending, and longer-term venture funds. By developing a generation of innovative thinkers and providing them with the resources to pursue their dreams, we can pave the way to new jobs and new businesses "easier and faster... than every other country on Earth."