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News,  January 30, 2007

States tackle global competitiveness

"Governors seek to boost math, science, and technology education in their State of the State addresses
In their State of the State addresses this year, many U.S. governors have proposed new education programs that aim to raise high school graduation rates and ensure the global competitiveness of their students--and many of these proposals rely on the use of educational technology."
January 26, 2007"As eSchool News reported on Jan. 24, President Bush cited the competitiveness of American students as a critical challenge in his 2007 State of the Union address (see story: Bush to Congress: Renew NCLB this year). It's a challenge that also has resonated with governors and other high-ranking state officials from coast to coast.
From increasing the rigor of the high school curriculum, to focusing more attention on math, science, and technology instruction, many U.S. governors this year have proposed new education programs that aim to raise high school graduation rates and better prepare students for success in the 21st century..."

URL: http://www.eschoolnews.com/news/showStory.cfm?ArticleID=6811&page=1
Posted by wrivenburgh on January 30, 2007 | News
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