New York City -- There is growing consensus among the nation?s business, government and higher education leaders that unless schools do more to train and nurture a whole new generation of young Americans with strong skills in math, science and technology, U.S. leadership in the world economy is at risk. A new research report from the opinion research and citizen engagement organization Public Agenda concludes that Kansas and Missouri parents and students didn?t get the memo.



?Important, But Not for Me: Parents and Students in Kansas and Missouri Talk About Math, Science and Technology Education? details parents?...

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