CS for All Teachers offers virtual group space for NSF Funded CS10K Projects as well as other interest-based discussion groups committed to ongoing engagement around computer science-related topics. If you don’t find a group that matches your interests, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org about potentially starting your own.
The BASICS study examines how Exploring Computer Science (ECS), is implemented in schools with a focus on identifying the key supports for and barriers to that implementation and endurance.
AP CS: Principles is a new Advanced Placement course in preparation by the College Board, for introduction in 2015. It is meant to align with college “CS 0” courses for non-CS majors.
This project aims to permanently increase the capacity of the state of Maine to offer high quality computer science instruction.
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Mobile CSP offers a College Board endorsed curriculum and professional development for teachers.
The focus of this CS10K project is to broaden the computer science curriculum available in Montana's public high schools so that more students are exposed to opportunities within CS.
Building on a prior partnership, this STEM-C Partnership's Computer Science Education Expansion project will permanently increase and enhance computer science learning opportunities for high school students in the Black Hills and across South Dako
The Utah Exploring Computer Science Initiative will implement a new one-semester computer science course in high schools throughout the state of Utah. The curriculum will be modeled on the LAUSD Exploring Computer Science curriculum.