|Other titles||Science, technology, and education for prosperity.|
|Statement||edited by B. Ramachandra Rao, S. Balakrishna.|
|Contributions||Bhagavantam, S., Ramachandra Rao, B., 1922-, Balakrishna, S., 1931-|
|LC Classifications||Q127.2 .S4 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 216 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||81904314|
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A prosperity paradox is at play: efforts to solve visible signs of poverty don’t actually lead to lasting prosperity. Instead, the most viable way to help economies become prosperous and build long-term resiliency is through investment in a specific type of innovation that more deeply sows the seeds of widespread opportunity: market-creating. Science, Technology, and Society (STS) is an essential course in the General Education curriculum for tertiary education. It was conceptualized to develop deep appreciation and critical understanding of the role of science and technology in the development of people and the society. A rigorous, pathbreaking analysis demonstrating that a country's prosperity is directly related in the long run to the skills of its population. In this book Eric Hanushek and Ludger Woessmann make a simple, central claim, developed with rigorous theoretical and empirical support: knowledge is the key to a country's development. Of course, every country acknowledges the importance of. Education, Science & Technology Share: The achievement of Aspiration 1 of Agenda for “A prosperous Africa based on inclusive growth and sustainable development” requires that Africa makes significant investments in education with the aim of developing human and social capital through an education and skills revolution emphasizing.
An early VR pioneer, Lanier has long maintained a dialectic on the balance between humanity and technology. In this book, he asks hard questions about the . Official winner of this year’s Goodreads Choice Award for Science & Technology, Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs? is also the unofficial winner of this year’s Most Alarming Book Title award. Author and mortician Caitlin Doughty answers all those questions that we’re generally afraid to ask about death, decay, decomposition, and other depressing developments. Drew makes the case that reforming science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education to meet these demands, with an emphasis on reaching historically underserved students, is essential to the long-term prosperity of the United States. STEM education and the topic is frequently raised in federal science, education, workforce, national security, and immigration policy debates. For example, more than bills containing the term “science education” were introduced between the th and th congresses. The United States is widely believed to perform poorly in STEM education.