Tags computer science education

Arkansas Gov. Hutchinson targets computer science education as new NGA chair

by Emily Bamforth • 5 months ago

As the new chair of the National Governors Association, Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson said he intends to use his home state as an example of computer science education expansion.

Utah Gov. Herbert calls for expanded computer science education fund

by Betsy Foresman • 2 years ago

The new fund would allow Utah and its industry partners to pool resources for improving computer science education statewide.

Need edtech help? 'You just have to ask' Indiana eLearning director says

by Colin Wood • 3 years ago

Indiana's Candice Dodson says spurring new partnerships in education is often a matter merely of getting people in the same room.

U. Illinois embarks on 5-year plan to train next generation of CS educators

by Betsy Foresman • 3 years ago

There aren't enough computer science students or computer science teachers. The university has a plan to change that.

ISTE and Code.org partner to advance computer science education

by Chloe Kim • 4 years ago

The partnership comes as ISTE prepares to update its computer science education standards.

‘State of the State’ speeches underscore focus on computer science education

by Ryan Johnston • 4 years ago

Governors used the platform to announce new initiatives and reaffirm progress made in 2017

States are making computer science a curriculum staple in 2018

by Ryan Johnston • 4 years ago

New York, Indiana and North Dakota have made announcements around computer science education in just the last few days.

These states embraced computer science education in 2017

by Corinne Lestch • 4 years ago

From coast to coast, computer science is becoming the rule — not the exception — in America's schools.

Schools dive in to Computer Science Education Week

by Kate Roddy • 4 years ago

This week, students and teachers across the globe will participate in coding activities and promote computer science education in schools.

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