The H-1B Rush: U.S. Schools Need Radical Change

April 15, 2007

(April 16, 2007) - According to a recent article in the Atlanta Business Chronicle, the nation's supply of high-tech talent is the lowest it's been since before the dot-com boom days. At the heart of the shortage is education. With its groundbreaking curriculum called Threads™, the college of computing is prepared to meet the demand.

"This country could lose its competitive edge very quickly," warns Georgia Tech President Wayne Clough. According to Clough, all schools need to customize education with programs like Threads™ to fit individual students' needs, talents and desires.

For the complete article, Atlanta Business Chronicle subscribers can click here .

For more information on the College of Computing's new curriculum, visit the Threads™ website .