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Is the U.S. slippling in science education?

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Ernie C.
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Atlanta, GA
Post #: 18
From the editorial ``48th is not a good place'' from the October 26, 2010 New York Times.

The National Academies, the country’s leading advisory group on science and technology, warned in 2005 that unless the United States improved the quality of math and science education, at all levels, it would continue to lose economic ground to foreign competitors.

And here is an article from Wired magazine from back in January, 2010 on the U.S.'s slipping in the area of Computer Science, and the National Security implications:

http://www.wired.com/...­

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