09.03.08 - The employees of Science Systems and Applications, Inc. in Hampton, Va., collected notebooks, pencil boxes, book bags and glue sticks to donate to a local school.
08.19.08 - NASA reaches thousands of students at Kansas City's "School Day at the K."› Read and Comment
08.12.08 - A New York City science teacher is inspiring students from urban areas to do amazing things.› Read and Comment
08.12.08 - Let the robot Automa guide you through an interactive tour of clickable models and exhibits, video galleries, astronauts and more.
08.05.08 - NASA became a part of Busch Gardens Europe during Exploration Day 2008.
07.30.08 - Amateur radio on the International Space Station brings technology, science and inspiration into the classroom.
07.29.08 - The hometown of one of the first female astronauts is striving to engage the next generation of space explorers.› Read and Comment
07.29.08 - Find historic photographs, film and video on this new Web site that combines 21 major NASA imagery collections into a single, searchable online resource.
07.22.08 - A mechanical design engineer travels to the South Pole to help retrieve a science experiment.› View Antarctic Adventure Slideshow
12.01.09 - NASA and the Southeast Regional Clearinghouse offer a collection of helpful hints and resources for STEM educators who work with persons with disabilities.
07.15.08 - This interactive feature outlines advancements in both commercial and military aircraft.
07.08.08 - NASA is preparing the next generation of explorers by training its future teachers.› Read and Comment
06.25.08 - The robot star of Disney/Pixar's "WALL-E" will host an educational lesson on robotics.
06.24.08 - The Great Moonbuggy Race teaches students lessons they can't learn in a classroom.› Read and Comment | › View Image Gallery
06.24.08 - Make plans to attend the festival in Washington D.C., from June 25-29 and July 2-6, 2008. The NASA Folklife Festival Web site will have interactive content to allow users to attend virtually.
06.20.08 - The first educator mission specialist, Barbara R. Morgan, plans to leave NASA to join Boise State University in August.
Disney's Space Ranger gets training tips from the real Buzz -- Apollo 11 moonwalker Buzz Aldrin.› View This Video
05.31.08 - Activity sheets and kids' games help celebrate Buzz Lightyear's journey to the International Space Station.› Read and Comment
06.17.08 - How do researchers and rocket scientists explain their work so people outside the scientific community can understand? Enter Exploration 101, a hard-copy communiqué from NASA to the public.
Buzz Lightyear is set to start a new adventure on the STS-124 space shuttle mission.› View This Video