The movement to make computer science a regular part of the K-12 curriculum at all levels—elementary, middle, and high school—is gathering momentum in very influential circles.
In July, more than 500 top business, nonprofit, and education leaders sent a letter to the governors and lead education officials in all 50 states urging them to make sure K-12 students have access to computer science education. Yet only 5 percent of high school students study computer science, and only about half of high schools in this country offer classes in the subject.
- What a smart computer science curriculum should look like
- How to build a bigger pipeline of educators experienced with computer science instruction
- How computer science should be integrated into the curriculum for different age groups
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