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Arkansas expands stipend program for computer science teachers
With the goal of expanding the availability of computer science programs in the state, up to $10,000 will be awarded to computer science teachers.
Advocates conflicted as Connecticut lawmakers pass K-12 computer science bill
A bill now awaiting Gov. Ned Lamont's signature could improve access to computer science education but also strain already-limited teaching resources.
All high schools in Georgia must teach computer science by 2024
A new law passed this month attempts to accelerate K-12 computer science education in a state where it's exceedingly rare.
Wyoming seeks balance in revised K-12 computer science standards
After an attempt to approve the standards stalled in March, policymakers are now weighing a thorough curriculum against teachers' ability to teach it.
How Virginia Tech's innovation campus could transform the technology talent pipeline
The Washington metro area has more computer science graduates than anywhere else, but university officials say it still isn't enough.
Georgia approves K-8 computer science standards
The standards will introduce students to computer science basics and gradually will teach more complex topics such as coding and design.
Computer science standards talks divide Wyoming
Educators, lawmakers and the public are divided on how to balance the need for computer science education with funding and teacher workload issues.
North Dakota considers computer science, cybersecurity teacher credentials
Proposed legislation is one piece of a broader push in the state to heighten workforce development and computer science education.
Governors are putting greater support behind education at every age level
Adult and technical, K-12, and early-childhood education are all finding heightened support from state leaders, policy analysts said at SXSW 2019.