International in scope, the award-winning program involves hundreds of thousands of teachers and millions of students throughout the United States, Canada and beyond. Space Day events have taken place in 21 countries around the globe on six continents. Thanks to widespread media support, nearly a billion people have learned about the Space Day programs since its inception. So effective is this global initiative that it has been honored with the Space Foundation's prestigious Education Achievement Award.
Space Day benefits from more than 75 official Partners, including Challenger Center for Space Science Education (creator of the Space Day Design Challenges) the National Science Teachers Association, National Science Foundation, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Boys and Girls Clubs of America, Lockheed Martin Corporation, the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum, ePALS Classroom Exchange ™, Time Warner, Discovery Communications, Inc., the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the Canadian Space Agency, among many others.
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