Inquiring and Investigating with Scientists in the Forest Service

The US Forest Service offers a variety of science education materials for prekindergarten through grade 12. Among the offerings are Natural Inquirer, a free science education journal written for middle school and high school students, and NSI: Nature Science Investigator, a free self-guided activity book designed for youth aged 8–14.

Conversation with Space Scientists on National Space Day

Fourth- and fifth-grade teachers are invited to join classes across the country for an out-of-this-world experience on National Space Day. The US space industry and NASA are offering students a look into the science and technology that will shape their generation’s future—on this planet and beyond.

Media Literacy Learning in the Digital Age

Creating an informed public capable of community, civic, and democratic engagement starts with educating youth to take responsibility for the content they create, share, and consume. The nonprofit Take Two Media Initiative is dedicated to teaching K–12 learners the media literacy skills they need to become smart digital citizens, through engaging, project-based filmmaking residencies in their schools.