High school dropout Sergey Brin has a few ideas on how the U.S. education system should be improved. Not surprisingly for the guy who co-founded Google, where he still serves as president of technology and one of the company's three key decision-makers, a lot of those ideas center on computers, reports the Los Angeles Times. "It's important for students to be put in touch with real-world problems," Brin said. "The curriculum should include computer science. Mathematics should include statistics. The curriculums should really adjust." He advocated putting all textbooks on computers to make for easier access, and for putting high...

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