The NOAA Education Council consists of 15 senior staff members of NOAA's Line, Program, and Staff Offices. Their primary responsibility is to serve as a forum in NOAA for (i) agency-wide coordination on education; (ii) the discussion of best practices, ideas, and proposals for education and outreach activities and priorities; and (iii) to make recommendations to NOAA leadership on all aspects of NOAA's educational activities...Read More.
The SOS Users Collaborative Network is supported by NOAA's Office of Education (OEd) and the NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory (ESRL). NOAA supports the Network to aid in informing investment and development decisions related to the SOS system and to provide a mechanism for member institutions to work together to maximize the effectiveness of SOS as an Earth system science education platform. OEd provides funding to support the use of spherical dsiplay systems to promote environmental literacy...Visit the SOS Network.
NOAA’s education programs leverage the public investment in the agency’s scientific enterprise, providing the education community with access to world-class scientists, research and data. NOAA coordinates with other mission science agencies making similar investments through interagency committees and working groups...Learn More.