NEON allows K-12 educators to collaborate with scientists, engineers, NASA Education Specialists and other STEM educators to help support their classroom work.
Check out this video of the Expedition 25 crew talking with students from the Texas School for the Deaf.
Find information about upcoming chats and how you can ask a NASA expert your questions.
On Nov. 4, 2010, NASA's EPOXI mission will have a close encounter with Comet Hartley 2. Celebrate with comet-themed lessons and by taking part in a live webcast of the event.
An all-female student robotics team, led by JPL scientists and engineers, is recognized by President Obama for winning the prestigious FIRST Tech Challenge Inspire award.
In this video, "Avatar" director James Cameron discusses how NASA's eyes in space enable unparalleled insight into our planet's health.
Two high school students have a cosmic story to share about their summer internship at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
South of the San Francisco Bay is a 100-year tidal floodplain near NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif.
A Colorado high school student thrives on seeking answers to unanswered questions in Earth and space science.
NASA education writer Heather R. Smith takes readers behind the scenes with a new blog.
How do scientists decide what images the Saturn-orbiting Cassini spacecraft should take? Students can learn the scientific process when they enter an essay contest.
This summer NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory welcomed nine aspiring science teachers as interns, thanks to the Science Teacher and Researcher program (STAR).
NASA's education program at Kennedy reaches out to today's young people to inspire imagination and interest in science, technology, engineering and math.
With a desire to learn more about aerospace technology, eight teachers gave up part of their summer vacation to come to NASA's Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif.
Find out when the space station is over your city, or track where it is right now.
A new NASA pilot education project offered 16 teachers an intense look at how to incorporate modeling and simulation into classrooms.
NASA's Summer of Innovation project and Blige's Foundation for the Advancement of Women Now are working together to encourage young women to pursue exciting experiences and career choices.
Eight high school students who participated in the INSPIRE internship program at NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center this summer learned first-hand about the start-to-finish process of flight testing experimental aircraft.
The "Hubble Gotchu!" guy, famous for his sketches on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," paid NASA a visit last month. The resulting video aired last week!
View images taken by the Chandra X-ray Observatory. Learn about everything from black holes to X-ray binaries.