Teens Report on Math & Science Confidence

November 10, 2010 by | Comments

A new survey of 1,000 American teens revealed that despite high personal confidence in math and science, American teens are not confident in their country’s ability to compete in these subjects. The survey, commissioned by Intel, suggests that teens, as individuals, may not feel a part of what they acknowledge is a math and science problem plaguing the country; a problem that is illustrated by the U.S.’ poor performance on global rankings. Now we want to hear from you – are you confident in America’s math and science abilities? Head to Inspire and take our survey.

–(Intel Press Room)–

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