NASA and the Marshall Space Flight Center strive to help maintain a strong American education system. They pursue this goal by nurturing students' interest in mathematics and science from elementary school through their college years, and by encouraging young people to consider careers in engineering and the aerospace industry.
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K-12 Education The Pre-college Education team is responsible for supporting K-12 teachers and engaging students through the use of NASA's inspiring missions, unique facilities and specialized workforce.
Higher Education The Higher Education team is responsible for involving the higher education community in NASA research and technology activities.
Minority Education The Minority Education team supports various programs to enhance the capabilities of Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Hispanic Serving Institutions, and Tribal Colleges and Universities.
Informal Education The Informal team is responsible for using NASA's unique assets to support all types of learning by collaborating with nonprofit educational organizations and business partners.
Educator Resource Center The Marshall Space Flight Center Educator Resource Center Network consists of centers located in the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Iowa, Missouri and Tennessee.
Classroom Materials NASA Education has produced educational materials that support classroom curricula and engage student interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Ms. Tammy Rowan, Manager Academic Affairs Office Marshall Space Flight Center HS30/Academic Affairs Office Huntsville, AL 35812 Phone: 256-961-0954 Fax: 256-544-7968
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