Informal Science Education Policy: Issues and Opportunities

An exhibition case containing specimens of a panda, a Siberian tiger, and several other species in the Museum's Hall of Biodiversity. The illuminated Spectrum of Life wall exhibit is shown in the background.

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Brisson, L., Eisenkraft, A., Flatow, I., Friedman, A., Kirsch, J., Macdonald, M., Marshall, E., McCallie, E., Nesbit, T., Prosino, R., Petit, C., Schubel, J., Traill, S., Wharton, D., Williams, S., Witte, J., (2010). Informal Science Education Policy: Issues and Opportunities. A CAISE Inquiry Group Report. Washington, D.C.: Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education.


This 2010 report was produced by the Policy Study Inquiry Group of the Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education (CAISE). The group included members of the media, museums, science centers, aquariums, zoos, after-school programs, and academia. The goal was to inventory and comment on policies that affect the impact of informal science education.

 
 
 
 

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