Chapel Hill Museum's Education Committee has operated strong, creative education programs for interactive student learning since 1999. These programs are used by the Chapel Hill-Carrboro school district, home schooling collectives, and the public and private schools of Orange, Chatham, and Durham Counties.
All of the Museum's education programs are developed, implemented and maintained by volunteers. The Education Committee is made up of seasoned professional educators whose experience spans a range from elementary grade level through university professorships.
In 2005, the Education Committee was awarded Governor Easley's Outstanding Volunteers Service Award in recognition of the years of hard work, exceptional efforts and successful programs that have benefited thousands of children. All of the Museum's education programs meet state-mandated curricular requirements for area educators.
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All of the Museum's programs are provided free of charge.