The U.S. can improve science and math education through front-loading STEM-related teaching in early grades and increasing math training for teachers to enlarge the domestic talent pool of qualified students and stop the U.S. from losing ground in the fields of science and engineering, writes former Secretary of Education William Bennett. "[T]o become a nation strong in innovation again, will require a lot of work, but it is work that is doable," Bennett said.

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