The U.S. Technology Skills Gap PDF ePub eBook

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The U.S. Technology Skills Gap free pdf Is a widening "skills gap" in science and math education threatening America's future? That is the seminal question addressed in "The U.S. Technology Skills Gap," a comprehensive 104-year review of math and science education in America. Some claim this "skills gap" is "equivalent to a permanent national recession" while others cite how the gap threatens America's future economic, workforce employability and national security. This much is sure: America's math and science skills gap is, or should be, an issue of concern for every business and information technology executive in the United States and "The U.S Technology Skills Gap" is the how-to-get involved guidebook for those executives laying out in a compelling chronologic format: The history of the science and math skills gap in AmericaExplanation of why decades of astute warnings were ignoredInspiring examples of private company efforts to supplement public educationA pragmatic 10-step action plan designed to solve the problemAnd a tantalizing theory of an obscure Japanese physicist that suggests America's days as the global scientific leader are numberedEngaging and indispensable, "The U.S. Technology Skills Gap" is essential reading for those eager to see America remain a relevant global power in innovation and invention in the years ahead.

About Gary J Beach

GARY J. BEACH, in his role as publisher emeritus for IDG's "CIO" magazine, is a highly regarded spokesperson throughout the United States and global technology industry. He has appeared often on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" program and, for four years, aired technology commentaries on National Public Radio's "All Things Considered" and "Morning Edition" programs.

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Author : Gary J Beach
Publisher : John Wiley
Data Published : 12 August 2013
ISBN : 1118680707
EAN : 9781118680704
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 336 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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