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5 Education and Public Outreach
Pages 29-30

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From page 29...
... NASA's formal and informal education projects are rooted in educational research on best practices, conducted with rigorous evaluation, and strongly aligned with national science standards based on the recommendations contained in the report of the NRC's Committee on a Conceptual Framework for New K-12 Science Education Standards. 4 These programs are built around coordinated collaborations between education professionals, scientists, and engineers working together on mission teams that can then effectively work with the teachers and students in the classroom.
From page 30...
... However, the draft Science Plan provides no clear indication of how support for the subject-matter experts and coordinating education professionals within NASA will be retained and will enable the educational objectives to be met. It is especially important that funding remain where the science is -- in the Science Mission Directorate and the NASA Centers.

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