The Partnership for Early Engagement in Computer Science-High School (PEECS-HS) is a partnership between the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS), Howard University Departments of Computer Science and Curriculum a
Partner4CS’s primary objectives are to support the CS10K efforts by preparing both G6-12 teachers and students to become creators in computing, and by developing a strong community of university faculty and undergraduates and
“Georgia Computes!” has the goal of improving and broadening computing education across the state of Georgia.
The San Jose Exploring Computer Science (ECS) project is a partnership between Santa Clara University and ten local area high schools with a high percentage of underrepresented and economically disadvantaged students.
Exploring Computer Science (ECS) is a program developed to broaden participation of underrepresented students in computer science.
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.
The University of Alabama and A+ College Ready, a National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI) partner, plan to develop and evaluate a model for the scalable deployment and sustainable persistence of the new CS Principles course across a statewid
The goal of this project is to improve and expand computer science (CS) education at the high school level throughout the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) system.
The University of California, San Diego, San Diego State University, the San Diego chapter of the Computer Science Teachers Association, and K-12 schools throughout San Diego have teamed up to deliver an exciting new curriculum called Computing Principles for All Students’ Success (ComPASS).
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.
The mission of UTeach CS Principles is to address the shortage of high school Computer Science (CS) students and teachers by engaging diverse populations with authentic computer science content
Welcome to New Mexico Computer Science for All!