Have some ideas for improving education? Here´s a way to share

Scientific American and Indiana University kindly request your participation in a study investigating your experiences in science and mathematics. However, you do not need to be actively involved in science or math to take part!

To gather data on your experiences, we ask that you complete a brief online survey that asks about your career interests, early experiences with science and math, and about your ideas for improving education in the United States. We expect the results of this study to appear in a future issue of Scientific American magazine and also available at scientificamerican.com.

To participate, you only need a computer and an internet connection to reach the survey, which should take approximately 10-15 minutes to finish. The data collected will be kept strictly confidential and no identifying information will be associated with your response data. Participation is completely voluntary.

If you are interested in participating, please click below to proceed to the survey.

Indiana University`s survey on the Web (verified)

Thursday, April 26, 2012