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NASA Office of Education

A man sitting in front of computer equipment Visit the NASA Education Website. You'll discover a wealth of information including a list of current opportunities; education-related feature stories; and contact information for project representatives.
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Education Leadership

Leland D. Melvin Leland D. Melvin is NASA's associate administrator for education.
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SEMAA Highlights From Across the Nation

Closing the Gap

Summer of Innovation

Summer of Innovation is a multi-faceted, intensive middle school project designed to improve STEM teaching and learning in partnership with federal agencies, academic and informal organizations, nonprofits, and industry.
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What Is SEMAA?

Science, Engineering, Mathematics and Aerospace Academy is a national leader in K-12 education; inspiring, engaging and educating K-12 students, parents/caregivers and teachers. Since 2004, through FY2010, SEMAA has engaged more than 469,000 participants.

Success Stories

Zachery Coleman Jones A Passion for Flight
Zachery Coleman Jones' love for aerospace was fostered by his role as a student and mentor in the NASA Science, Engineering, Mathematics, and Aerospace Academy.

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Women@NASA

Lori Garver The Women@NASA Website was developed to encourage more young women to pursue careers in mathematics, science and technology.
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SEMAA FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Read over this list of Frequently Asked Questions with regard to the NASA SEMAA project.

Page Last Updated: February 27th, 2014
Page Editor: NASA Administrator