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.
Consulting with our partners, we identify the best-fit computer science lessons, courses, or topics that align with their school / organization’s vision then create a plan for implementation and / or expansion.LEARN ABOUT DISTRICT PARTNERSHIPS
We provide educators with the training, curriculum, tools, and support necessary to teach the computer science lesson, course, or topic independently.LEARN MORE ABOUT EDUCATOR PD
We work with our partners to determine the strategies and next steps for scaling their computer science offerings across a system of schools or sites.FIND MORE PD FOR YOUR DISTRICT
Code/Interactive provides districts, schools and teachers with curriculum, tools, and training necessary to implement K-12 computer science courses.
We ensure that schools are providing a computer science education that is tailored to its students’ needs. We partner with experienced curriculum providers to develop district and school programs.
Scratch Creative Computing and Scratch Jr allow educators to introduce students to computational thinking and integrate CS into classroom content
Code.org CS Discoveries, Scratch Creative Computing, and Creative Web Development provide opportunities for students to make cross-curricular connections
Build a comprehensive program with Exploring Computer Science, Creative Web Development, and AP Computer Science Principles with Code.org
C/I trains administrators, conducts all-staff trainings, and designs custom curricula and projects for schools and districts across the country
Read about Code/Interactive’s professional development in NYC public schools on contract with the CS4NYC initiative to learn how we partner with districts that have existing computer science initiatives.READ MORE
Do you want to help us reach more educators? This problem is solvable and you can accelerate Code/Interactive’s ability to get computer science to all students.
We’d like to introduce you to two very accomplished young women who were active participants in our programming– Acerlia B. and Mayeline P. As they begin their college journey (both planning on studying computer science) we asked them to reflect on what Code/Interactive meant them. 2017 Graduate: Acerlia, The Cinema School Year Active with Code/Interactive:
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