The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) has predicted that the U.S. will need more than 280,000 new math and science teachers by the year 2015. Tomorrow’s teachers are today’s students – many of them struggling to succeed in higher level math and science courses.
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“America’s economic future lies with its next generation of workers and their ability to develop new technologies and products. This means we must strengthen math and science education in the U.S.” – Craig Barrett Chairman, Intel Corporation