The ailing U.S. science, math and engineering education system may get a small restorative this fall. Innovation Generation, an educational website intended to \u201cexcite and inspire kids to use science, math and engineering to change the world,\u201d will go live in November, according to a press release from the company, also called iGen.\nThe Web-based tool, currently in beta, features games and knowledge tests designed to convey lessons of math, science and technology in a fun way. Among its features are interviews with innovators discussing their ideas and processes, and encouraging young people to follow their own path of innovation. \nMore on Innovation\n\nThe Math\/Science Imperative\nInnovation Killers and How to Avoid Them\nInnovation Is Not a Democracy, and Other Thoughts\nComplex IT Will Kill Your Business\nTechnology is fueling today\u2019s global economy, and many people worry about an upcoming national crisis as fewer American students show interest in engineering, science and math. \u201cInnovation Generation was specifically created to address these critical issues, by connecting children to the world of technology, encouraging discovery and ultimately closing the gap between the demand for innovative technologists and the number of students receiving degrees in science, technology, electronics and math,\u201d said Paul Miller, executive director, Innovation Generation.