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Announcement made live from Space Station News

Challenger Center announced that several of the lessons Christa McAuliffe planned to perform during the Teacher in Space mission will be completed aboard the International Space Station this year.

Meet France Alumni

France is not sure she would be an engineer if it were not for the hands-on experience she had at a Challenger Learning Center.

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Challenger Center Receives Honor News

The National Science Board honored Challenger Center with its 2017 Public Service Award. This esteemed award honors exemplary public service in promoting public understanding of science and engineering. .

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