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The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Education and Access

The Smithsonian was founded on the principle that education can empower a nation and enlighten the world. Smithsonian educators activate that principle every day. The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Education and Access (ASEA) was organized to build a learning community dedicated to revitalizing education and broadening access, particularly through research and evaluation that lead to excellence. Under the leadership of Assistant Secretary Claudine K. Brown, ASEA brings focus to the great diversity that characterizes education at the Smithsonian.

Download ASEA's annual report here. 

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My Smithsonian (MySI) is Smithsonian's Participant Access System (PAS) initiative originating from the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Education and Access (ASEA).

My Smithsonian is being  developed to engage and educate audiences using content, resources, and programming from Smithsonian and collaborating agencies and organizations.

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