Math has practical applications at work
Early man discovered math concepts as part of understanding the processes in life, and experimented with applications, finding new uses over time, developing science and engineering, and increasing the sophistication of the math information processing system as the need arose.
The U.S. has lost the ability to continue this historical process because of the removal of concepts from the curriculum and teacher training programs the last 50 years.
Not only have science and engineering programs become dependent on international students to keep up standards (and hope they stay in the country to work), but training programs have added applied math courses and continue to struggle with student skill sets in math applications.
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