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   * Patten University'​s [[http://​www.prisonuniversityproject.org/​pages/​about/​about-us.html|Prison University Project]] at San Quentin helps inmates earn degrees. ​ Volunteers teach and tutor math, astronomy, and physics. (Donations and volunteers are needed because, by law, federal funds may not be used for education of the incarcerated). Casey Law (''​claw@astro''​) has worked with them recently.   * Patten University'​s [[http://​www.prisonuniversityproject.org/​pages/​about/​about-us.html|Prison University Project]] at San Quentin helps inmates earn degrees. ​ Volunteers teach and tutor math, astronomy, and physics. (Donations and volunteers are needed because, by law, federal funds may not be used for education of the incarcerated). Casey Law (''​claw@astro''​) has worked with them recently.
  
-  * [[http://​www.crscience.org/​cic/| Bay Area Scientists In Schools (formerly Community in the Classroom)]] is like Project ASTRO but you visit a bunch of different classrooms throughout the school year and do basically the same demo every time. They also include all sciences, not just astronomy. Nicholas McConnell (''​nmcc@astro''​) and Adam Morgaon (''​amorgan@astro''​) have participated recently.+  * [[http://​www.crscience.org/​volunteers/aboutbasis| Bay Area Scientists In Schools (formerly Community in the Classroom)]] is like Project ASTRO but you visit a bunch of different classrooms throughout the school year and do basically the same demo every time. They also include all sciences, not just astronomy. Nicholas McConnell (''​nmcc@astro''​) and Adam Morgaon (''​amorgan@astro''​) have participated recently.
  
   * [[http://​cse.ssl.berkeley.edu/​|SSL Center for Science Education]] has lots of educational programs available. Bryan Mendez (''​bmendez@ssl''​) and Dan Zevin (''​dzevin@ssl''​) collaborate often with our Department.   * [[http://​cse.ssl.berkeley.edu/​|SSL Center for Science Education]] has lots of educational programs available. Bryan Mendez (''​bmendez@ssl''​) and Dan Zevin (''​dzevin@ssl''​) collaborate often with our Department.