More on math and science education

The arguments pointing to math and science education deficiency in this country are getting another boost with this article in USA Today. Since the President is expected to touch upon the dwindling US dominance in science and technology in his State of the Union address tomorrow night, it will be interesting to hear how he plans to address it. The National Science Education Incentive Act of 2005 (HR 450), currently in the House Committee on Ways and Means (one of several Acts currently in Congress specific to improving science and math education), lists 10 specific findings by Congress regarding science education in this country.

Comments are closed.

The moderators and/or administrators of this weblog reserve the right to edit or delete ANY content that appears on the site. In other words, the moderators and administrators have complete discretion over the removal of any content deemed by them to be inappropriate, in full or in part.

Any opinions expressed on this site belong to their respective authors and are not necessarily shared by the sponsoring institutions or the National Science Foundation.

Any trademarks or trade names, registered or otherwise, that appear on this site are the property of their respective owners and, unless noted, do not represent endorsement by the editors, publishers, sponsoring institutions, the National Science Foundation, or any other member of the CTWatch team.

No guarantee is granted by CTWatch that information appearing in the Blog is complete or accurate. Information on this site is not intended for commercial purposes.