Catalyzing Action

We help individuals and communities resist threats to accurate and effective science education.

We have nearly 40 years of experience working with teachers, community members, and scientists to answer questions, make connections, and provide guidance.

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This is not something we can do by ourselves. There’s only one place to go to for help, and that’s NCSE.Kim Johnson
Physicist who led the effort to keep New Mexico’s state science standards free of ideological interference in 2017

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