CS For All
This page is dedicated to the National CS For All initiative and the work that’s being done in Arizona.
The Computer Science for All Consortium is a national organization that was formed in response to the White House CS For All Initiative released on January 30, 2016. I am a researcher who brings existing research into practical use for Computer Science educators.
Code.org is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing CS to every classroom. I am an AP Computer Science Principles facilitator bringing the curriculum and content knowledge to high school CS teachers.
Twitter is an excellent resource to see the up-to-date CS activities that are going on in classrooms every day. You can search using #CSForAll for nationwide activities. Arizona CS educators are asked to use the hashtag #CS4AZ rather than #CSForAllAZ. The number 4 generally relates to local initiatives while “for” refers to national initiatives.
National CS For All Initiative Resources
FACT SHEET: A Year of CS For All December 5, 2016
Computer Science for All January 30, 2016
Computer Science For All in Arizona
The State of K-12 Computer Science in Arizona provided by Code.org
President Barack Obama asks every American to learn to computer science, kicking off the Hour of Code.