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Welcome! On this page you will find programming, activities, and resources related to formal and informal education. Browse recent work on curricular materials: #education, and [subscribe](https://publiclab.org/unsubscribe/tag/education) to get updates on education
## How Can You Get Involved?
We're looking to build a strong community of practice where educators of all experiences can share resources, knowledge, and lend a hand. Here are some ways that you can help build Public Lab's educational Community
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### Try These Lessons in Your Classroom and Share Your Experience
After using one of these activities in person, let us know how it goes in the comments. We appreciate your feedback and encourage you to share how you modify the lesson to better fit your classroom.
For more information about integrating Public Lab tools & methodologies, check out the resources available at [Public Lab for Educators.](https://publiclab.org/wiki/public-lab-for-teachers)
###Gulf Region: Community-based Citizen Science Projects
Public Lab is excited to announce that with support from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s Gulf Research program we will be working on building the scientific capacity of the next generation.
We're recruiting for our next round of educators through March 15, 2020.
[Read more about the summer 2020 workshops here.](https://publiclab.org/notes/mimiss/01-10-2020/gulf-coast-educators-join-public-lab-this-summer-for-a-classroom-community-science-workshop)
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_Fill out this form if you're an educator interested in this project, or would like more information._
Here are some different activities particularly suited for use in the classroom:
Also see this page on [Air Quality Class](/wiki/air-quality-class)
Check this [wiki](http://publiclab.org/wiki/funding-sources-for-science-teachers) that has some information on funding sources for science teachers.
## Education group