Science Education Should Be National Priority – New Report Calls on Federal Government to Encourage Focusing Resources on High-Quality Science for All Students
Scientific thinking and knowledge are essential to democracy and the workforce, but science education is not the national priority it needs to be. The White House, with leadership from OSTP, should encourage federal agencies, state and local governments, and others to focus resources on increasing the quality and accessibility of science education.
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