The key to fixing America's math and science education--described as a crisis that is "dangerous to national prosperity and security"--is improved teacher quality, according to the final report released by a nonpartisan commission convened to investigate the quality of math and science teaching in United States schools.

U.S. Secretary of Education Richard Riley directed the National Commission on Mathematics and Science Teaching for the 21st Century to consider ways of improving recruitment, preparation, retention, and


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