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It this time on Monday -- -- and I will be anchoring our new show.
-- It wouldn't say that it will be focusing we will be focusing on -- -- education.
Stands right here in America falling behind losing their competitive edge in -- and Matt.
How can our kids compete content is in DC.
Fresh off first on Fox Business interview with education secretary -- -- -- you were taken the day off nice thing.
-- you thought I needed some extra time to get ready for just sadly is no I don't think we're putting -- together now at.
What -- the secretary say.
You know education -- -- set a lot of different things and some that we're gonna say for Monday play on the new show but obviously a huge economic issue and we'll talk a lot about.
Those things -- you talked about on our new show Monday morning but the problem in terms of education and the economy.
Is the -- show our our system is slipping and it could hurt the economy long term effect is this new study out.
It's called rising above the gathering storm that says that K through twelve education math and science in this country.
Ranks 48 in the world impeccable happy adults -- country apparently don't know how long it takes.
For the earth to circle the -- believe -- or not.
Other countries doing a lot better -- companies get competent workers overseas not a good situation.
And I asked the education secretary about it here in our first on Fox Business interview.
I'm convinced we have to educate our way -- better economy the president said that repeatedly.
And that we have not begun to do enough in the area -- of stem education science technology engineering and mathematics.
One thing I would love to do it's not a one agrees -- I didn't need to pay math and science -- -- more money.
If we want to produce the next generation of scientists an -- from north and innovators they need it.
Fourth rated fifth grade eleven -- great.
To have teachers who are passionate about math and science and other content where do you get that money from or where you take the money from to give to teachers and and put it into salaries I think again we've had a more creative in how we use resources which had a shortage of math and science teachers for couple decades.
We keep talking about the problem admiring the problem -- we gonna do something about it it's hard for students to develop a love of math and science and engineering.
If you don't have a teacher who knows the content can help instill in them along of those do you see another country is doing it better than nothing new for example in this country in this study.
It said if we were just able to match what Finland is doing we just came -- even with Finland.
Our economy would grow the analysis showed nine to 16%.
-- of the country watching David closely Singapore's -- and a great job what do they do differently.
I think there's been a much greater investments.
In education has been much more thoughtful approach of how you get the most talented folks to come in to the -- of education and to teaching.
Teachers and other countries are really revered like the third profession -- doctors and doctors and lawyers and educators altogether.
Parts of their estate and much more that interview coming up Monday morning as we launch that new show 11 AM eastern 8 AM out west and better.
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