The National Science Teacher Association or we can say NSTA, was established in 1944. The headquarters is located in Arlington, Virginia, is an association of science teachers. NSTA is the largest organization for science teachers in the world. There are 57,000 members of the national science teacher association. It includes professors of science, science supervisors, administrators, scientists, business and industry representatives, as well as others involved and participating in science education. NSTA wants to enhance the quality and standards of science education, by publishing its findings as placement articles. Science educators, scientists, and other national science education professionals developed the role statements. 35 topics are covered, including the nature of science, safety and science education, evolutionary education, environmental education, responsible use of live animals, and classroom dissections in science learning, gender equality in science education, and the use of data systems. Science Matters is a massive public awareness and engagement campaign designed to ignite a sense of urgency and national action among schools and families about the importance of science and cultural education. NSTA and its student divisions are not the same but interdependent organizations that have chosen to unite themselves to foster professional development and networks of science teachers before serving at the university. The National Science Teacher Association wants to stimulate excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all. There are approximately 40,000 teachers and science professionals committed to enforcing best practices in science education and providing very good knowledge about science to the students.