National Coalition for Aviation and Space Education

Fly to Learn

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Fly to Learn

Students of all ages learn science, technology, engineering, and math (S.T.E.M) through designing, building, and flying their own virtual airplanes.

This program is excellent both for individual students and for educators with large numbers of students.

The software, including curricula and training, costs less than a few dollars per student annually.

Address

  • Street: 9125 Cotton Press Road
  • Postcode: 28277
  • City: Charlotte
  • State: NC

Contact

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Member Organizations

Members of the NCASE are aviation-related groups, organizations and businesses recognizing the importance of aviation education. Education projects contribute toward an informed and interested public, which is a vital factor in the continued welfare of all aviation activities. For information on how to become a member, CLICK HERE

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NCASE GUIDE & MEMBERS

Our Guide provides a valuable interactive list of groups showing how you can find the books, videos, and the many other resources they have for you!
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NCASE NEWSLETTERS

Our newsletters provide a way for you and your organization to share your news with the entire community of aviation and aerospace educators.  See what everyone is doing!
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RESOURCES / CAREERS

The aerospace and aviation industry offers a multitude of challenging careers for pilots, engineers, scientists, mechanics, teachers, researchers, designers and other professionals.
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SCHOLARSHIPS & AWARDS

Here is a list of award opportunities, with information provided by our Members.  Contact each Member directly with your questions or interests in their awards.  Full contact information is in our NCASE GUIDE.  Now accepting nominations for the Strickler and Crown Circle Awards.  Deadline NOVEMBER 30, 2017.
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