As a National Laboratory, the Space Station is an enormous scientific endeavor meant to not only further science and technology, but educate the world of everything from effects of microgravity on the human body to plant growth in microgravity to water purification, you name it. But the Space Station would not have been possible without the people who have contributed to designing, building, and operating it. Space exploration is a continued effort over generations, and as such, education is a cornerstone of Station operations. How has education impacted your life? Education is essential to passing on knowledge and experience - what can you do to inspire your friends and family to pursue their dreams?
4th Grade Gifted Students in Florida are researching, designing and building an International Space Station Module within our classroom. Students have taken on the role of engineers or scientists from ... Read More
Giraffstronaut is a family friendly animated series about a team of animal astronauts from the planet Schmearth on their quest for universal peace and knowledge.
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In Yonkers, New York, many children live at or below the national poverty level. Yonkers Partners in Education provides 8,500 primary grade students with a bag filled with books ... Read More
Developed to educate youth in engineering and mechanics- and promote enthusiasm for space exploration through a refurbishment of the Mercury launch complex and its use as an educational facility. The ... Read More
h2 Empower is building a community library in Hosanna, Ethiopia, a town with 27,000 school aged children. We are building this library to make knowledge readily available to the ... Read More
KiBO provides Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) and leadership training programmes to East African youth with a focus on creating work and entrepreneurial opportunities. More than 250 young people have ... Read More
With the retirement of the world’s first reusable spacecraft, the Space Shuttle, there needs to be a way to guarantee that the knowledge is not lost and distributed to ... Read More
The Mary J. Blige Center for Women is a program of FFAWN, the Mary J. Blige and Steve Stoute Foundation for the Advancement of Women Now, and is located in ... Read More
Based on @Astro_Pettit's blog and tweets of @Astro_Zuc, my 4th grade science students decided to write a blog in the voice of their RCBr plant along side their objective ... Read More
Headquartered in Nairobi, Junior Achievement Kenya is a member of Junior Achievement Worldwide, one of the world's largest and fastest growing not-for-profit organisations committed to inspiring and preparing young ... Read More
A staggering 1 billion people worldwide live in a slum. Growing up in one of the harshest environments on the planet makes for pretty grim reading, but what about the ... Read More
A tiny charity, taking tiny steps towards the biggest of goals: to eradicate poverty from our pale blue dot in space. By focusing on women and girl's education and ... Read More
A STEM themed podcast, designed to inspire tomorrow's dreamers. We seek to unveil the mystery of STEM careers and share the stories of those who have achieved success in ... Read More