The U.S. Department of Education and NASA recently signed a memorandum of understanding that involves increasing student and school access to STEM and space education.

“From the groundbreaking Apollo mission to today’s Artemis program, which will land the first woman and first person of color on the moon, NASA’s work has long galvanized the world to raise the bar and reach for new heights,” U.S. Education Secretary Dr. Miguel A. Cardona said in a press release. “I am proud that our agencies will continue to intentionally collaborate to enrich STEM teaching and learning in America’s classrooms; expand access to high-quality, hands-on career, technical, and space education; increase the capacity and diversity of our nation’s STEM educator workforce; and so much more.”

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