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オバマ大統領:毎年 10,000人の new American engineersを育成へ, 2011/06/13

"President Obama Launches Advanced Manufacturing Partnership ", June 24, 2011

"Obama: 'We don't have enough engineers'"
 A look at the numbers behind the president's call for 10,000 new
 engineers in the U.S.
 June 14, 2011, Computerworld

  "Computerworld - WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama is making
   a push to train 10,000 new American engineers a year, primarily
   with the help of the private sector."

  "The U.S. had just over 1.9 million engineers in 2010, according
   to Labor Department data. Software engineers make up nearly half
   of that total. The number of employed engineers declined during
   the recession."
  "Obama, who outlined the goal on Monday, said the idea is to
   achieve the 10,000-engineer-increase without "a whole bunch of
   federal funding.""
  "A report last year by the National Academy amied at drawing
   attention to the U.S. production of science, engineering,
   technology and math talent, pointed out that the U.S. graduates
   more visual arts and performing arts majors than engineers.
   It also noted that the U.S. ranks 27th among developed nations in
   the proportion of college students receiving undergraduate degrees
   in science and engineering."
※Nathinal Academy Press (NAP) で発行したものか調べてみます。
[san-tech][03148] US NAP(National Academies Press): PDF版ダウンロードフリーへ、2011/06/02


"Remarks by the President at Cree, Inc., in Durham, North Carolina"
 June 13, 2011

  "And today, with the leadership of the Jobs Council, we're announcing
   an all-hands-on-deck strategy to train 10,000 new American engineers
   every year.  (Applause.)  So -- and by the way, our Jobs Council, led
   by Jeff Immelt, they're doing this not counting on a whole bunch of
   federal funding.  Private sector companies are teaming up to help us
   promote STEM education, to offer students incentives to finish those
   degrees, and then to help universities fund those programs.  They're
   going to double their summer internship hiring."

"President Obama Presented Ideas to Accelerate Job Growth and America's
 Competitiveness at Jobs Council Meeting"
 June 13, 2011, The White House Blog

Educate to Innovate

"President Obama has launched an "Educate to Innovate" campaign to
 improve the participation and performance of America's students in
 science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)."

Jeffrey R. Immelt
 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  "In February 2009, Immelt was appointed as a member to the
   President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board to provide the
   president and his administration with advice and counsel in fixing
   America's economic downturn."
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