Barbara Morgan looks to students to answer the questions of the future.
President George W. Bush and Mrs. Bush meet with crew members of STS-116, STS-117, STS-118 and International Space Station Expeditions 14 and 15 at the White House Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2007.
After the STS-118 astronauts wrapped up a successful 13-day mission in space, where did they go? Walt Disney World!
Barbara Morgan's historic flight follows decades of perseverance.
STS-118 Mission Specialist Barbara Morgan talks with students at the Idaho school where she once taught.
Astronauts in orbit will speak with students and teachers during an STS-118 downlink.
NASA's Ed Campion, public affairs officer for NASA's Teacher-in-Space program in 1986 and a witness to Challenger's launch that January day, offers his thoughts before the launch of STS-118.
Watch students and astronauts discuss the STS-118 shuttle mission in this video series.
The STS-118 shuttle mission has special meaning for students and teachers.
Barbara Morgan reflects on the journey that led to her space shuttle mission, and looks ahead to the flight.› Read interview 2
The space shuttle orbiter named by students will carry the first educator astronaut into space.
In 2007, as Mission Specialist and Educator Astronaut, Barbara Morgan makes her first flight into space.
The Educator Astronaut Project is one of many unique activities within the NASA Education portfolio.
NASA Education is providing a variety of exciting STS-118 activities to engage educators.
Students celebrated International Education Week with a multilingual chat with the space station crew.
Educator Astronaut and Mission Specialist Barbara Morgan and Mission Specialist Dave Williams met with more than 100 Texas elementary and middle school students during Space Center Houston's "Meet an Astronaut Day" on Jan. 19.
Listen to the "Sun-Earth Day 2008" podcast titled "Audio Voyage" and experience the incredible sounds of Space Shuttle Endeavour's recent liftoff into space.
Learn more about the astronauts on the STS-118 space shuttle mission.
Move the Space Kid through the corridor to see the STS-118 image gallery.
Learn more about the people behind the mission.
Watch a special message from mission specialist Barbara Morgan.› View This Video
See the STS-118 site for mission details and breaking news.