Geosciences currents reports on preliminary results for a nationwide survey of College Admission staff who report on their willingness to accept high school Earth Science courses.
- Earth Science Education Position Statements
- Earth Science Careers
- Curricular Advocacy
- Earth Science Discipline Statistics
- Related Organizations and Societies
The American Geosciences Institute (AGI) has prepared an advocacy guide to help individuals provide a voice for Earth science education in schools. Titled Pulse of Earth Science, use this free, online resource to learn how to advocate for Earth science education in your school, community or government. This advocacy guide is broken down in to sections that include Why Get Involved?, Education Policy, What You Can Do, and Making A Difference.
Advocacy articles posted on the PAESTA web site.
NSF has created a tool that allows educators to explore trends in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) related education and careers. The tool is designed to answer questions such as:
Compared to other states, how well are students in my state prepared in science and math? Am I doing enough to help my child as a parent? what are my (or my child's or student's) career opportunities in science and engineering fields? How much can I (they earn)?
A useful video that explores the importance of teaching Earth Science and the geosciences...
The Publication, Why Earth Science, by the American Geological Institute is worth reading. It lays out a case for the importance of Earth Science literacy that you may find useful as you advocate for Earth Space Science courses in your school and school district.