In a scathing criticism posted by NEORUNNER, Bart Gordon, the chair of the House Committee on Science and Technology, questions the current state of science education in the United States. Gordon argues that poor science education could in fact unravel the economy. He says that the United States is in direct competition with countries that recognize the importance of developing their human resources. Unless the country maintains its current edge in innovation, the best jobs may eventually be found overseas…

http://blog.wired.com/wiredscience/2007/05/poor_science_ed.html

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