10.26.10 - Learn about NASA's DIME and WING projects, which give students the opportunity to conduct drop tower science experiments.
10.18.2010 - NASA will be a major exhibitor at the USA Science and Engineering Festival being held in Washington, D.C., this weekend. The Festival is free and open to the public.
10.18.10 - Today, President Obama hosts the White House Science Fair celebrating the winners of a broad range of science, technology, engineering and math competitions.
10.19.10 - HowToSmile.Org spotlights hands-on and interactive activities, both physical and virtual, that involve doing and learning. To find NASA materials on the website, do a keyword search for NASA.
10.12.10 - NASA Administrator Charles Bolden announced the selection of Leland D. Melvin as the agency's new associate administrator for education.
10.13.10 - Cindi, a spiky-haired android space girl, helps students visualize a NASA mission that produces no pretty pictures.
10.05.10 - Teachers of the Year go to Space Camp.
09.28.10 - "Exploring Energy" is the theme of this year's Earth Science Week, Oct. 10-16, 2010.
09.28.10 - Educators can download nearly 20 award-winning Hubble education products.
09.15.10 - The Education Stakeholders' Summit, being held Sept. 13-17, 2010, brings together high-level representatives of NASA, academia and industry.
09.14.10 - A NASA-led team of engineers, astronauts and scientists are in the Arizona desert testing out technology and hardware that could be used on future missions to other planets.
09.14.10 - "Star Trek" actress Nichelle Nichols helped NASA celebrate science and math education during the Tom Joyner Morning Show Family Reunion.
09.08.10 - Get the new NASA HD app with expanded content. The application is available free of charge.
09.03.10 - In a series of collaborations--including an public service announcement with Mary J. Blige--NASA is getting the word out that studying science and engineering opens the door to a bright future.
08.24.10 - Don't miss these space and Earth science activities as you make lesson plans for the 2010 school year.
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.
NASA's Ames Research Center in California celebrated the Summer of Innovation with an event that sparked students' interest in scientific discovery and technological innovation.
08.17.10 - NASA looks to reduce the so-called "summer slide" with fun and creative activities for students as part of the Summer of Innovation project.
08.10.10 - Register today to be a part of the new NASA Explorer Schools project aimed at middle and high school classrooms. The project launches Sept. 1, 2010.
08.10.10 - A NASA Explorer Schools teacher receives a presidential award for successfully integrating mathematics and science into elementary classrooms.