The President’s FY’14 budget proposes to consolidate Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education efforts from 12 agencies to just three – Department of Education, National Science Foundation, and Smithsonian. While the intended goals are commendable - better coordination - the Administration provides no evidence to support this drastic measure that would take NASA and other leading science agencies and their science out of America’s science education.


If you've benefited from NASA science education and public outreach - or from any of the STEM agencies that are impacted - please contact your representatives in the House and Senate and let them know you support keeping science in science education and not to eliminate these valuable programs and resources. 

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