06.01.11 - "Gold Star" winners demonstrate inspiring uses of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope in education.
Participate in a variety of interactive experiences to learn how the Space Shuttle Program affects your daily life.
05.20.11 - Seeing a moon rock as a young girl made Debra Sea feel that anything was possible, and she wanted this generation to experience that feeling.
02.23.12 - Einstein Fellows bring practical insight to NASA's education programs and gain a new understanding of national education issues.
04.26.11 - Through the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program, 16 communities will take part in the final flight of space shuttle Endeavour.
Find educational resources and information on NASA's STS-134 mission and crew.
Two golden orb spiders are hitching a ride to the space station aboard space shuttle Endeavour. Read more about the experiment to study the spiders and how classrooms can participate.
05.11.11 - About 60 fourth- through 12th-grade students and their teachers participate in the 2011 NASA Explorer Schools Symposium at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
05.12.11 - Hands-on activities make understanding the carbon cycle easier for teachers of all levels.
05.06.11 - What on Earth are the clues NASA scientists use to help them deduce that there may be life on other planets?
NASA asks you to share your inspiring vision about what NASA's exploration of Earth means to you. Video entries are due May 27, 2011.
04.22.11 - NASA has proof that kids still get excited by the basics of science. Let their energy inspire you.
04.25.11 - The on-stage pairing of recording artist and three-time Grammy Award-winning producer Pharrell Williams and NASA's Associate Administrator for Education and former Astronaut Leland Melvin, displayed infinite possibilities for an upcoming generation.
04.12.11 - NASA recognizes Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts earning the prestigious Eagle Scout and Gold Award.
NASA's Undergraduate Student Research Project helps to bring the Space Day theme "Destination Station" to life for students in Austin, Texas.
The Voyager spacecraft carries a Golden Record of information about humans and Earth. Submit your students’ ideas for what they would include on a new Golden Record.
04.08.11 - NASA, NOAA and the NSF have joined forces in an effort to streamline climate education into something that is relatable, recognizable and effective.
From astronaut potty training to a unique view beneath the shuttle, veteran astronaut Mike Massimino takes you behind the scenes at NASA.
Find out how NASA is participating in the 2011 FIRST Robotics competition.
Vote for your favorite original song to wake up space shuttle Commander Mark Kelly and his five crewmates during their STS-134 mission to the International Space Station. Cast your vote online!