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Abstract

The Journal is pleased to publish on this and the following pages statements by a number of the most respected members of NARST. These men—long with a few others—were the founding fathers of the Association, and it is a great honor for the Journal to be able to publish their recollections of the history of NARST and their views of the evolution of science education research in this country. The Journal is grateful for these messages, written especially for this occasion.