Newly release analysis of existing opportunities for individuals to enter the computer science field in the state of Massachusetts.
We can’t wait any longer—we have some very exciting news to share with you! British rock band Coldplay has teamed up with Code.org to celebrate the intersection of technology and music.
CS Ed Week is an annual call to action to inspire K-12 students to learn computer science and to celebrate the contributions of students, teachers and partners to the field.
This report provides a snapshot of K–12 computer
science education policy and implementation across
the U.S. and in each state.
Only 3% of Black students learn computer science in high school or beyond. Inspire or encourage a student to try computer science, and let them know they belong. Together let’s change the face of computer science. #BlackVoicesForCS
Applications for Code.org 2021 Summer Professional Learning have opened! Options are available for K-12 educators, and training is provided locally through CSforMA.
The MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) has released the 2021 Digital Literacy Now Grant for public schools, grades 6-8! Application deadline is February 19, 2020.
Applications are now open for the Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship, and we’d love for you to encourage students, past or present, to apply! The deadline to apply is February 18th.
New research shows increasing diversity in Advanced Placement (AP) computer science four years after the launch of AP Computer Science Principles (AP CSP).