We are proud to receive a Microsoft TechSpark Community Engagement Fellowship. Through TechSpark, Microsoft works with local community organizations to develop digital skills, support nonprofits and create jobs. Stay tuned …
CS Engage Grant is available for districts to expand Digital Literacy and Computer Science (DLCS) education for students in grades K-12. Applications are due by 5:00 pm on Friday, July 28, 2023
Learn to teach Quadratic, Exponential, and Logarithmic relationships using Data Science. Attend a 3-day Algebra II/Math 3 + Data workshop July 31 – August 2 from 8:30am – 3:30pm at the Hilton in Woburn.
The CSforMA Professional Learning Institutes for 2023 feature intensive train-the-trainer courses in emerging technologies that track closely to our Digital Literacy and Computer Science standards and licensure requirements. The workshops will be held the week of July 24th – 28th in Southbridge, MA and the week of July 31st to August 4th in Woburn, MA.
Newly release analysis of existing opportunities for individuals to enter the computer science field in the state of Massachusetts.
Join code.org for Hour of Code! Learn about computer science in space, premiering 10AM ET, December 5th on NASA STEM’s YouTube channel.
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.