2005 is the World Year of Physics. As the centenary of Einstein's papers is celebrated throughout the world, there is however no certainty to find enough young scientists to take over this heritage in the near future. In this context, it is useful to wonder how to attract young people into Phyics. Astrophysics definitely seems a very useful "tool" to reach this objective, since it has always fascinated Humanity and can thus easily find a very large public.
This parallel session aims at sharing the experience of teaching astronomy from primary to graduate schools. Concrete solutions will be presented during this session. Fully-tested and very efficient tools should be proposed to the astronomers interested in astronomy education.
In this context, direct collaborations between scientists and teachers and meetings of scientists with students could be discussed.
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