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Bayer Facts Of Science Education Survey

Conducted annually since 1995, the Bayer Facts of Science Education survey series gauges the public’s opinion on the state of science education in the United States, support for reform, and the recognition of the roles that science and science literacy play in everyday life.

Over the years, we’ve surveyed a number of different audiences, including the nation’s Ph.D. scientists and science teachers; corporate CEOs of STEM companies and other business leaders; and deans of colleges and universities, as well as parents and the general public.

We share the results with the general public, elected officials, and science and education thought leaders, among others.

Click on the links below to see what these various groups have to say on the issues:

Bayer Facts of Science Education XVI-2013
U.S. STEM Workforce Shortage – Myth or Reality? Fortune 1000 Talent Recruiters On the Debate.
Executive Summary

Bayer Facts of Science Education XV-2011
U.S. Female Students Enter College Most Prepared for STEM Studies, According to Faculty at America’s Top Research Universities in a New Bayer Survey.

Bayer Facts of Science Education XIV - 2010
Female and Minority Chemists and Chemical Engineers Speak about Diversity and Underrepresentation in STEM

Bayer Facts of Science Education XIII - 2008
FORTUNE 1000 EXECUTIVES: New President Must Fix Education Gap
Executive summary

Bayer Facts of Science Education XII - 2006
New Survey Reveals CEOs of 100 of the Fastest Growing U.S. Science and Technology Companies Fear Rising International Competition for Scientific and Technical Talent
Executive summary

Bayer Facts of Science Education XI - 2005
Parents of Under-Represented Students in Science and Engineering Speak Out on Issue in New National Survey
Executive summary

Bayer Facts of Science Education X - 2004
Are the Nation's Colleges and Universities Adequately Preparing Elementary Schoolteachers of Tomorrow to Teach Science?
Executive summary

Bayer Facts of Science Education IX - 2003
In New Gallup Survey, Americans Call Science & Technology Critical To U.S. Security
Executive summary

Bayer Facts of Science Education VIII - 2002
In New Gallup Survey, U.S. College Students Believe Science And Technology Critical To The War On Terrorism
Executive summary

Bayer Facts of Science Education VII - 2001
"It's Not Your Father's Workplace Anymore," Says Latest Survey Of U.S. Managers, New Employees
Executive summary

Bayer Facts of Science Education VI - 2000
In Science, Americans Like Being Number One, According To New Gallup Survey
Summary of results

What America Thinks About Science Education Reform:
An Analysis Of The Bayer Facts Of Science Education I-V

Bayer Facts of Science Education V - 1999
Nation's Science Teachers Register Concern Over U.S. Science Education In New Survey
Summary of results

Bayer Facts of Science Education IV - 1998
U.S. Scientists Predict Pace Of Discovery To Accelerate In The 21st Century, Survey Says
Summary of results

Facts About Men & Women in Science
Female Scientists Face More Career Difficulties, More Negative Influences Than Men. Science Interest Sparked Early For Both Men And Women

Bayer Facts of Science Education III - 1997
Kids shatter myths about science in new national student report card card on science education
Summary of results

Science Education Myths

Bayer Facts of Science Education II - 1996
Business executives see continued decline in education, according to new national survey
Summary of results

Bayer Facts of Science Education I - 1995
Nationwide survey finds science education needs to be stepped up in elementary schools
Summary of results



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