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U.S. Students Lag Behind Rest of the World, Threating America’s Future

Jamie Carracher, Sr. Manager, Web Content, Consumer Technology Association

For nearly 50 years, American students have lagged behind the rest of the world in math and science. Why is that the case? It certainly isn’t genetics. Why can’t a nation that invests $600 billion in education do better? In his book, The U.S. Technology Skills Gap, Gary Beach shares what we can do to bridge the skills gap. He spoke with CEA’s Steve Koenig at the 2014 International CES about his findings.