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Educators, students, and curious people everywhere — come explore the ocean and?atmosphere.
Students and their families explore NOAA data at the Miami Museum of Science.
Courtesy of Juan Manuel Garcia Studio/Miami Museum of Science
A father and daughter enjoy a kayak trip in NOAA's Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary. Be sure to check the weather forecast before venturing out on the water, wherever you might be.
About NOAA Education //

The NOAA Education Portal is your one-stop shop to connect with learning and teaching resources about the ocean and atmosphere. Discover curricula, lesson plans, and real-time data to bring NOAA science into your classroom. Explore opportunities for educators and students of all levels. Apply for competitive funding for education projects.

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Our Vision

To educate and inspire the nation to use science toward improving ocean and coastal stewardship, increasing safety and resilience to environmental hazards, and preparing a future workforce to support NOAA’s mission.
62 million
people visited informal education institutions hosting NOAA-supported exhibits or programs in fiscal year 2018.
478
institutions increased educational capacity through NOAA-funded centers, exhibits, or programs in fiscal year 2018.
2.6 million
youth and adults participated in NOAA-supported informal education programs in fiscal year 2018.
458,000
preK-12 students participated in NOAA-supported formal education programs in fiscal year 2018.
38,000
educators participated in NOAA-supported professional development programs in fiscal year 2018.
37 million
visits were made to NOAA Education websites that host valuable activities and information in fiscal year 2018.
3,310
postsecondary students were trained through NOAA-funded higher education programs in fiscal year 2018.
709
degrees were awarded to NOAA-supported students in higher education programs in fiscal year 2018.