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Math Science - Ohios Mathematics and Science Talent Pipeline Improving Ohios Mathematics and Science Talent Pipeline 1 ITS A DIFFERENT ECONOMIC

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1 Ohio’s Mathematics and Science Talent Pipeline November 21, 2005 Improving Ohio’s Mathematics and Science Talent Pipeline
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2 IT’S A DIFFERENT ECONOMIC GAME . . . The Knowledge Economy Well-educated, skilled workers Technological innovation Strong research capacity New kinds of businesses Talent Technology Knowledge Capital Improving Ohio’s Mathematics and Science Talent Pipeline
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3 Jobs and the Economy Many companies import talent to stay competitive Congress passed legislation permitting entry of 300,000 temporary computer workers from 1988-2002 60 % of new jobs require skills possessed by only 20 % of current U.S. workforce By 2012, the knowledge economy will add: 16.4 million high technology jobs, including 4 million computer industry jobs 8.2 million health sciences jobs (U.S. Department of Labor, 2004) Improving Ohio’s Mathematics and Science Talent Pipeline Source: Hudson Institute, 2000 Source: Hudson Institute, 2000
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4 Factors Affecting U.S. Economy Fewer Americans majoring in math, U.S. ranks 11th in broadband deployment (OECD, June 2004) Shrinking share of best and brightest foreign High tech trade is in growing deficit Declining U.S. share Shrinking U.S. share of global patenting Shrinking U.S. share of published scientific articles U.S. Economy U.S. 15-yr olds rank 24th in math literacy and 26th in problem- solving in 2003 global assessment (PISA)
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5 “Tapping America’s Potential” Significant Trends By 2010, over 90% of all scientists and engineers in the world will be living in Asia South Korea, with one-sixth of U.S. population, graduates as many engineers as U.S. 50+ percent of engineering doctorates in U.S. awarded to foreign nationals Depletion of mathematics and science teacher talent pool by substantially higher private sector compensation Over 50% of current science and engineering workforce is approaching retirement
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course MATH 112 taught by Professor Jarvis during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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Math Science - Ohios Mathematics and Science Talent Pipeline Improving Ohios Mathematics and Science Talent Pipeline 1 ITS A DIFFERENT ECONOMIC

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