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Christopher Emdin Says Education System Discourages the Study of Science

Despite an acute need for college graduates in the sciences, students are turned off in lower grades by a rote memorization teaching style, Emdin tells Washington Post Writers Group.
Despite an acute need for college graduates in the sciences, students are turned off in lower grades by a rote memorization teaching style, Emdin tells Washington Post Writers Group.

LINK: http://www.denverpost.com/headlines/ci_18149257

Published Tuesday, May. 31, 2011

Christopher Emdin Says Education System Discourages the Study of Science

Despite an acute need for college graduates in the sciences, students are turned off in lower grades by a rote memorization teaching style, Emdin tells Washington Post Writers Group.

LINK: http://www.denverpost.com/headlines/ci_18149257
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