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2 Million Minutes A Global Examination
There is a battle being fought around the world
for the future of the global economy.
It is being waged in high school classrooms in every country.
The ENGINEERS, SCIENTISTS, INVENTORS, and INNOVATORS
the people who will create the products and companies of the 21 st century
are in high school classrooms today.
Each student has four years to build their intellectual foundation.
To absorb the fundamentals of
MATHEMATICS, CHEMISTRY, BIOLOGY, PHYSICS, COMPUTER SCIENCE
Knowledge that will broaden or narrow their career choices.
Whether CHINESE, INDIAN, or AMERICAN,
every student has the same amount of time in those four years.
Their own economic future as well as that of their country
depends on how they allocate those precious high school minutes
TWO MILLION MINUTES http://www.2mminutes.com
21 st Century Science and Education for Global Economic Competition William Y.B. Chang Director, NSF Beijing Office NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION.
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