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Science Board Looks for Secrets of Innovation

nsfHow can schools produce more mathematics and science students with a distinct and hard-to-define skill: the ability to innovate and become future innovators in American business, science, medicine, and other areas?

That question is at the heart of work being conducted by a committee of the National Science Board, Education Week reports. The goal of the board, which sets policy for the National Science Foundation, is to produce a series of policy recommendations by next year on how schools can produce more elite innovators in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

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