Global Climate Change Education (GCCE)
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration Office of Education, in cooperation with NASA’s Science Mission
Directorate, is accepting proposals in response to the NASA Cooperative Agreement Notice (CAN): “Global Climate
Change Education: Research Experiences, Modeling & Data”. The Global Climate Change Education (GCCE) project is
designed to improve the quality of global climate change and Earth system science education at the elementary, secondary
and undergraduate levels, and through lifelong learning. Each funded proposal is expected to take advantage of
NASA’s unique contributions in climate science to enhance learners’ academic experiences and/or to improve educators’
abilities to engage and stimulate their students.
Eligibility Information: Proposals will be accepted from higher education institutions (including Historically Black Colleges
and Universities, Hispanic Serving Institutions, Tribal Colleges and Universities, and other minority-serving institutions);
state agencies, local agencies, or federally recognized tribal government agencies; public school districts; and
nonprofit organizations. NASA centers, federal agencies, federally funded research and development centers, educationrelated
companies, and other institutions may apply through partnership with the lead organization.
Notices of Intent are required and due by March 18, 2010.
Full proposals are due April 28, 2010.
Interested parties may also connect to a pre-proposal teleconference on Mar. 2, 1-3 p.m. EST, for further
information. To dial into the teleconference, call 888-673-9782. The participant pass code is GCCECAN (4223226). (See
the full CAN for further details.)
For more information regarding this opportunity, please visit the GCCE page on the NSPIRES website. Go to
http://nspires.nasaprs.com , click on Solicitations, then on Open Solicitations.
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