UTeach CS Announces CS For All Commitments
On October 16-17, 2017, the nationwide community of computer science educators, researchers, activists, and supporters will convene at the 2017 CSforAll Summit to celebrate progress and announce new commitments to reach the goal of access to inclusive, rigorous, and sustainable computer science education for all US students both in and out of school. Commitments from more than 100 organizations will be announced. The CSforAll Summit is organized by the CSforALL Consortium, a collaborative community of more than 400 partner organizations, and the national hub for the Computer Science for All movement. Details at www.csforall.org.
UTeach Computer Science is proud to announce its commitment to host one to two large-scale in-person professional learning events, up to five district partner workshops, and support five online cohorts during the 2017–18 school year and summer to prepare as many as 400 teachers to teach AP Computer Science Principles across the US.