There are currently over 500,000 open computing jobs in the US but we only graduated around 43,000 computer science students last year.1
These gaps are exaggerated across lines of ethnicity, income level, and gender/expression.2
Schools and districts need curriculum, educator preparation, and implementation guidance to develop quality CS programs.
We provide educators with the training, curriculum, tools, and support necessary to teach the computer science lesson, course, or topic independently.LEARN MORE
We advise partners and create implementation plans that identify the best-fit computer science lessons or courses that align with their vision and identify strategies for scaling their computer science offerings across a system of schools or sites.LEARN MORE
Code/Interactive provides districts, schools and teachers with curriculum, tools, and training necessary to implement K-12 computer science courses. We partner with experienced curriculum providers to develop district and school programs with full courses or as integrated units during content area classes.
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For Immediate Release. Contact Zuzanna Kobrzynski at 646.460.5308 for more information. New York, NY– September 25, 2017 —Code/Interactive (C/I), computer science education nonprofit and Code.org’s official Regional Partner for New York State celebrates the $200 million per year commitment to computer science education announced by the White House. The initiative is a tremendous advancement in
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