Math and Science Challenges for the USA

Posted on August 12, 2006  Comments (1)

Panel says U.S. is losing ground in math, science by Bruce Lieberman

The United States may dominate many sectors of science and technology, but other countries are moving rapidly to take its place, said Griffin and other national leaders during the West Coast Competitiveness Summit at the San Diego Air & Space Museum.

The summit was the latest of several meetings designed to explore how the United States can recommit to building an economic future based on scientific and technological innovation.

Numerous studies since the mid-1980s have reported on threats to the nation’s stature in science and technology, and many of them focused on improving education as a key challenge.

One Response to “Math and Science Challenges for the USA”

  1. Curious Cat MAth Blog » K-12 Math teacher funding
    November 10th, 2007 @ 12:23 pm

    Newton Fellowships for those who would like to become math teachers in New York City (for 180 individuals between 2004 and 2008). They plan to expand the program to other cities in the future…

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