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A Comprehensive Education Program at the Rose Center
Plans for the Rose Center include multifaceted educational programs designed for visitors of all ages and levels of knowledge. Some of these will take place in the exhibition spaces and the Space Theater, while many others will occur in "learning laboratories," equipped with state-of-the-art technology and designed for active, hands-on learning by both adults and children.
In its role as a leader in science education across the nation, the Museum will ensure that the rich experience of the Rose Center is not limited to on-site visitors. All of the Center's remarkable educational resources will be available to the broadest possible public, as educators from the Museum's National Center for Science Literacy, Education, and Technology launched in December 1997 with an $8 million grant from NASA create materials and programs in different formats, including online, for diverse audiences, including schools, families, community-based organizations, libraries, and science centers across the country.
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