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This paper explores the ways in which the engineering educators may contribute in upgrading the high school science education of this country. The engineering educators should cooperate with their colleagues in the school of education in revising the present pre-and in-service teacher training programs as well as participate in the revision of the existing science texts. Most of the science texts are geared toward abstract mathematical concepts but lack examples on the practical applications of these principles. The science teachers often find their background and training deficient in explaining to the students as to how one can use the fundamental principles in a real world situation.