Young Inventors' ProgramŽ
The Young Inventors' ProgramŽin New Hampshire is the recipient of numerous national awards.
The Young Inventors' Program" is identified as a Program of Excellence by the Regional Laboratory for Educational Improvement of the Northeast and Islands and is listed in Promising Practices in Mathematics & Science Education as an "exemplary program" to be replicated nationwide. The Regional Laboratory received federal funding through the Department of Education and is authorized under an act of Congress to support ongoing efforts for restructuring American public schools.
The New Hampshire Young Inventors' ProgramŽ Consortium was the 1996 recipient of the Donald J. Quigg Excellence in Education Award. In conjunction with the US Patent and Trademark Office's Project XL, this annual award was initiated to recognize the efforts of an individual or group to promote the teaching of higher order thinking skills at all levels of the curricula.
The Academy collaborated with the Lemelson Center at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History to produce a video entitled Everyone is an Inventor highlighting the New Hampshire program and providing teachers with an excellent resource on the importance of inventing.