Christa Corrigan McAuliffe Challenger Center for Education and Teaching Excellence

The McAuliffe Center was established in 1994 to carry on the legacy of one of Framingham State University’s most notable graduates, Sharon Christa Corrigan McAuliffe. The Center’s vision is to foster a community of lifelong learners by providing innovative, integrated STEM pedagogies, practices, and programs that are accessible to all audiences. The Center’s mission is to be a leader across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in K-16 integrated STEM learning through the sharing of resources, building of partnerships, and advancement of educational practices. Through its many affiliations and partnerships, the McAuliffe Center has rare access to a wide range of people, artifacts, and knowledge that inform every program and educational resource it develops.

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