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Richard Hake

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[math-learn] Re: Scientific illiteracy can kill the planet - CORRECTION
Posted: Jul 21, 2011 6:04 PM
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In my previous post I wrote:

"Q. What's 'Scientific Illiteracy' got to do with Math Education?
A. 'Math Illiteracy' is a necessary, but not sufficient condition,
for 'Scientific Illiteracy.'

I should have written:

"Q. What's 'Scientific Illiteracy' got to do with Math Education?
A. 'Math Illiteracy' is a sufficient, but not necessary condition,
for 'Scientific Illiteracy.'

Sorry for the error.

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