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Earth science educators struggle to gain an equal footing in the K-12 curriculum with the life and physical sciences. The low number of students taking Earth sciences courses is at odds with the National Science and Education Standards (National Research Council, 1996, 2012) that gives equal emphasis to Earth and space science (ESS). The purpose of this investigation was to analyze students' and teachers' perceptions of Earth science and its perceived educational values in secondary schools.doi:10.4236/ce.2014.511116 fatcat:of3s4ye65fcl5mkfpwdxi3c5ty