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March 11th, 2005
Echoing growing concerns about U.S. competitiveness, Intel Corp. co-founder Gordon Moore warned that the U.S. must boost spending on basic research and education in order to maintain global competitiveness.
Moore said declining U.S. R&D funding as well as a failing educational system pose huge problems. "You have to be concerned," Moore said. "The K-12 education system has failed."
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