Where will we get engineers?
May 22, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: CNN
Amenah Ibrahim vividly remembers her first introduction to thermodynamics. It was her freshman year at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and she sat in a large auditorium filled with students aspiring to degrees in chemical engineering.
If middle school and high school teachers would teach algebra a lot better, many of the difficulties in retaining college students STEM majors would disappear. Bad algebra skills are the root of most trouble for those who drop out of math-related majors.
Remember-'Mathematics Is The Universal Language'.
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