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President Discusses American Competitiveness Initiative
President George W. Bush talks about his visit to Parkland Magnet Middle School for Aerospace Technology in Rockville, Md., Tuesday, April 18, 2006. "We saw two scientists who are here from NASA. These are good, hard-working folks who said, I kind of want to lend my expertise to try to convince a child that science is cool," said President Bush. "You know, sometimes -- you might remember those days, when you were in middle school, people say, you know, science isn't cool. Science is not only cool, it's really important for the future of this country, and it's great to have people we call adjunct professors here, to help lend their real-life experiences to stimulate junior high students to the wonders of science." White House photo by Kimberlee Hewitt

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