The Next Giant Leap News

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing, Challenger Learning Centers across the country are hosting Next Giant Leap-themed community engagement days throughout the summer.

Meet John Hood! Alumni

It was during a field trip to the Challenger Learning Center that John Hood felt for the first time he could be an astronaut or engineer.

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Check out how this teacher changed the way his sixth-grade students and their parents relate to #math: https://t.co/qvfUpRT3zn
Today, we remember Challenger astronaut, Mission Specialist Ellison Onizuka on his birthday. To learn more about El… https://t.co/U5fPebk1AW
What’s really like going to space? 50 astronauts describe it in their own words and we’re just amazed by their stor… https://t.co/8i4FaacDsX
Happy #SummerSolstice! Did you know that solstice means “Sun stands still” in Latin? #FirstDayOfSummer https://t.co/4Wf0LmU7hE

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Christa's Lost Lessons Brought to Life News

Astronaut Ricky Arnold announced the completion of the first Lost Lesson during a downlink wtih Challenger Center educators.

Find Out How You Can Get Involved Giving

More than 4.4 million students have completed missions to space at Challenger Learning Centers around the world. We rely on the donations of individuals and companies to keep going. You can help Challenger Center create exhilarating STEM education experiences that prepare students for the future in several ways: with a direct donation, making a gift in tribute or memorial of a loved one, establishing a bequest, or through your own fundraising efforts. Learn about all the ways that you can help Challenger Center to reach the next million students.

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