Read an Eos article on K-12 science standards
AGU is committed to increasing the number and diversity of Earth and space scientists. The Bright STaRS program is a diversity program designed for high school students. This program provides a dedicated forum for ~100 students to present their own research results to the scientific community and learn about exciting research, education, and career opportunities in the geosciences.
Geophysical Information for Teachers (GIFT) Workshops — held in conjunction with the annual meetings — allow secondary science teachers to hear about the latest geoscience research from the scientists making the discoveries, explore new classroom resources for their students, and visit exhibits and technical sessions of the AGU meeting for free.
To see examples of what happens at GIFT, visit the GIFT Workshop page.
Past GIFT Workshop Programs
AGU sponsors both a Featured Speaker for the annual NSTA convention and additional speakers as part of the NESTA-NAGT-AGU Earth and Space Science Resource Day during the annual and regional NSTA conventions.