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November 1st, 2005

Intel Eyes 'Human-like' Computer

Abstract:
Intel recently agreed with South Korea's Ministry of Education on calls for training more than 400,000 teachers in Korea over the next five years, co-developing curricula, as well as leadership development programs for teachers and science and engineering courses for students.

(Ed.'s note: Did you miss the nanotech-connection? It is widely agreed that nanoscale sciences and materials will be the drivers of growth in the coming decades. Accordingly, spending on education is the key to realizing that growth in any given country. The country(ies) that spends now will reap the harvest later. Perhaps more to the point is Judith Light Feather's comment at the bottom: "Education in the United States will take another step down in global ratings as our large corporations move their education support and training to other countries due to our complex issues regarding education in our schools. As U.S. Science and Math scores from our public schools continue to remain at the bottom internationally, our government is setting the stage for failure of the next seven generations. When will 'we the people' wake up and ask Congress to address the basic structural defects of our educational system and the content we provide to our teachers in the United States?")

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