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Best Schools: How Intel changes children's minds

Ireland's high-tech sector is working hard to make maths and science attractive for schoolchildren, rather than leave it to the government, according to Intel's Brendan Cannon.

11th March, 2012

Ireland's high-tech sector is working hard to make maths and science attractive for schoolchildren, rather than leave it to the government, according to Intel's Brendan Cannon.

As director of corporate affairs, he plays a hands-on role in a variety of projects hoping to solve the country's long-term skills shortfall.

Intel is actively involved in science fairs that promote learning through collaboration and practical demonstration as opposed to traditional classroom techniques. "Learning by rote will not...

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