We're Ready - Is the Country?

Giddens, Don P.
May 2012
ASEE Prism;Summer2012, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p41
The article offers the author's insights on the decline in engineering and technology workforce in the U.S. He says that U.S. President Barack Obama has established to objectives to address the importance of technology and engineering to the country's economy such as 10,000 new American engineers annually and 100,000 science, engineering, technology and mathematic (STEM) teachers. He argues that the number of engineering graduates can be increased by recruitment, retention and employment.


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