Provides a broad base of quantitative info. about U.S. science, engin., and technology. Because of the spread of scientific and tech. capabilities around the world, this report presents a significant amount of material about these internat. capabilities and analyzes the U.S. position in this broader context. Contains quantitative analyses of key aspects of the scope, quality, and vitality of the NationAis science and engineering (SaE) enterprise. It presents info. on science, math, and engineering. educ. at all levels; the SaE workforce; U.S. internat. RaD perform. and competitiveness in high tech.; and public attitudes and understanding of SaE. Also info. on state-level SaE indicators. Presents the key themes emerging from these analyses. Illus.Fourth Grade Mathematics Performance 1st quartile (247a242) 2nd quartile (241 a239) 3rd quartile (238a233) 4th quartile (232a211) ... Texas Vermont Washington Wyoming Alaska Arkansas Georgia Illinois Maryland Michigan Missouri Nebraska New York Oklahoma Oregon ... West Virginia SOURCE: National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (various years).
|Title||:||Science and Engineering Indicators (2 Vol. )|
|Author||:||John R. Gawalt|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2008-10|