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The Amgen Center for Science Learning is the education arm of the California Science Center. Click below to discover more about the educational facilities at the Wallis Annenberg Building and the Science Center School!

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The Amgen Center for Science Learning is dedicated to promoting lifelong science learning for all and is responsible for all of the educational programming at the Science Center. Utilizing the Science Center and other regional resources, the Amgen Center for Science Learning seeks to improve science education by providing science experiences and resources to parents, children, teachers, informal educators and scientists.

 
Students experiment at the Stream Table, guided by a Science Center facilitator.
Students experiment at the Stream Table, guided by a Science Center facilitator.
 
The Amgen Center for Science Learning is more than just the provider of educational programs to the California Science Center. In 2004, the Amgen Center for Science Learning opened a major new facility, the Wallis Annenberg Building for Science Learning and Innovation, to support its efforts, inviting scientists and educators to use and contribute to this new, major resource in science education.
 
Educators collaborate during a professional development workshop.
Educators collaborate during a professional development workshop.
The Amgen Center also worked closely with the Los Angeles Unified School District to open the Science Center School, a neighborhood, charter elementary school which opened in Fall 2004. The architect for the Wallis Annenberg Building and Science Center School, Thom Mayne of Morphosis, was recently announced as the winner of the 2005 Pritzker Architecture Prize.
 
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