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Posted by Ray Smith on April 13, 2002 22:22:25 UTC

Anyone interested in sharing ther knowledge with others might want to look into project Astro Nova. This will partner you up with a teacher in your area and you will actually go into the classroom with the students at least 4 times a year, more if you would like. Since Astronomy has been mandated in many states to be taught as part of the regular science curriculum. As many teachers have no real expertise in this area your knowledge becomes invaluable. I am in my third year in this program, this year my school is in Mt. olive twsp. NJ.

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