National Museum of Education
Who We Are
The National Museum of Education seeks to celebrate the learning, insight, creativity, and workmanship of America's students, teachers, administrators, and all those who have made a positive contribution to the educational process by recognizing and preserving their accomplishments for the inspiration of future generations.
Posted On: May 29, 2022
College students create these whales in class to invent what they were learning in Oceanography.
Posted On: Jan 30, 2022
The Edison Innovation Foundation generously sponsored The National Gallery for America's Young Inventors event, including The Tommy Award.
Posted On: Jul 13, 2021
Susan Dudas has proudly carried her dreams based on her educational success and then into exciting business ventures! Continuing her family’s legacy of resilience and dedication, Susan started her own company to produce a line of skin care products.
The National Museum of Education is the only organization in the U.S. that preserves and archives Student Inventions in our National Gallery for America's Young Inventors. We develop STEM and Arts National Competitions (Pre-K-College), invention camps, provide educational training ("Inventucation") for students and teachers and create curriculum. Our goal is to promote Innovation through Education.