Yes. American students still tested better than students in most other countries, demonstrating our competitiveness. These alarmist predictions are unfounded, and they discourage American students from pursuing careers in math and science.
15% (26 votes)
Maybe. Though the United States should try to improve its math and science education, it's not likely that we'll have an economic crisis as a result of unprepared workers. Our emphasis on innovation will help maintain the country's economic status.
23% (40 votes)
No. Several Asian countries are producing students who are better trained in math and science. If we don't make reforms in our schools, it's inevitable that these countries will overtake the United States as the world's technological and economic leaders.
58% (101 votes)
None of the above. (Comment below.)
4% (7 votes)
Total votes: 174