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Student Ideas for a Better America™

Got a great idea? Or, a better way to do something?

Call For Papers

Now Accepting Applications for the 25th Annual Induction to the National Gallery For America's Young Inventers

In Partnership for America's Future

Students want Reality, not mere Simulation.

Who We Are

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: Feb 8, 2021
Jack Andraka, a 2013 Inductee into the National Gallery for America's Young Inventors™, developed a paper test for pancreatic cancer that cost 3 cents with results ready in 5 minutes. This prodigy was age 15 at the time!  Check out what he's been up to lately....
Posted On: Feb 1, 2021
We are grateful to Dr. Ron Mallett, a theoretical physicist studying time travel. A Keynote Speaker for the National Gallery for America's Young Inventors in 2005, 2008, and 2015, he continues to inspire young people to reach for their dreams.
Posted On: Jan 26, 2021
Calling all student inventors! If you are Pre-K through College, we've got GREAT NEWS! Student Ideas for a Better America™ applications have now been created for your skill level! Check out more here...

About Us

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.

National Gallery for America's Young Inventors

Honoring the best and brightest of K-12 innovators!

The National Gallery for America's Young Inventors™

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