04.26.2013 - NES has selected 20 middle and high school educators to participate in a summer research experience at NASA's field centers across the country.
The DLN reaches students and teachers with video conferences and webcasts that feature NASA-related STEM instruction.
Find Mars related educational resources for students and teachers.
Read about the project firsthand from one of our participating teachers!
Students share their experience as a participant in the NES National Student Symposium.
Transform your classroom into a launch pad, a space station, and more by becoming a NASA Explorer School.
Visitors can preview excerpts of the weekly NASA Now programs, giving students a front-row seat at many of NASA's activities.
09.18.12 - Congratulations to the schools selected for the 2013 NES Reduced Gravity Flight Opportunity. In Feb. 2013, teachers from each school will conduct experiments on NASA's reduced gravity aircraft.
05.07.13 - On May 7, 2013, Bill and Linda Hunt answered student questions about NASA's Earth-observing satellites, which are used by scientists to study Earth's atmosphere.
04.04.13 - On April 4, 2013, Bonnie Buratti, Ph.D., principal investigator for several NASA projects, answered questions about the New Horizons mission, Pluto, and the Kuiper Belt.