California could lose its leadership role in the technology sector if it doesn't do more to encourage growth in the technology sector, the California Council on Science and Technology concludes in a report to be presented today.
What does CCST stand for?
CCST stands for California Council on Science and Technology
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- Council of Chief State School Officers
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- Caribbean Council for Science and Technology
- Castor Canada Safety Training
- Center for Compound Semiconductor Technology
- Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training
- Certified Control Systems Technician
- Chemical Casualty Site Team
- Chiropractic Certification in Spinal Trauma (International Chiropractors Association)
- CINC Communications Support Team
- Clear Cell Sugar Tumor (oncology)
- College of Cranio-Sacral Therapy
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SACRAMENTO -- Twelve highly accomplished teachers have been selected to serve as members of the newly formed California Teacher Advisory Council (Cal TAC), an effort by the California Council on Science and Technology and The Center for the Future of Teaching and Learning to strengthen mathematics and science instruction in California.
He has also been a member of the California Council on Science and Technology and serves on the UCSD Foundation Board of Trustees.
Susan Hackwood, Executive Director of the California Council on Science and Technology.
Hitachi partnered with the California Council on Science and Technology (CCST), the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR) and the Stanford Program in Law, Science and Technology to bring together key experts to address the issues that surround the digital divide debate.
The appointment was announced on Thursday by Walter Massey, Provost of the University of California and chairman of the California Council on Science and Technology (CCST).