Committee: More engineering in schools would bolster math, science

Engineering concepts should be included in the curriculum of schools, according to a recent study by a committee comprising two nonprofit organizations. The National Academy of Engineering and the National Research Council concluded that engineering -- the study of product design and construction -- has a vague presence in American schools but could boost student interest and achievement in math and science.

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