Chief of Intel to join White House council on jobs

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The group also discussed ways to encourage people to study science, technology, engineering and math and to pursue careers in those fields, he said.

Despite Mr. Otellini’s criticism of Mr. Obama, Intel is partnering with the administration on education.

Last year, Intel announced a 10-year, $200 million commitment to promote math and science education. It also is one of four companies that are working to help meet Mr. Obama’s goal of getting the U.S. to first place in science and math education in a decade.

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