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Computer Science & Computer Literacy Consulting

Developing & Supporting Computer Science Programs

Computing is now a fundamental part of daily life, commerce, and just about every occupation in today’s economy. Computer science is foundational in transforming the way students think about technology and teaches them essential problem-solving skills. Moreover, it puts students on the path toward some of the highest­paying, fastest­growing jobs in America.

Yet, today fewer than half of schools offer high-quality computer science; further, only about 1 out of 5 students taking AP Computer Science are female, and even fewer are underrepresented students of color.

The Learning Technology Center can connect schools to resources, professional learning, and best practices to develop robust and impactful computer science programs.

CS & STEM Events

Upcoming Events

ROE 51 Tech Networking Meeting

| Free

Area technology coordinators, directors, administrators, instructional technology leaders, and tech coaches will discuss shared experiences, questions, and ideas around edtech topics and trends

ROE 51 Tech Networking Meeting

| Free

Area technology coordinators, directors, administrators, instructional technology leaders, and tech coaches will discuss shared experiences, questions, and ideas around edtech topics and trends

ROE 51 Tech Networking Meeting

| Free

Area technology coordinators, directors, administrators, instructional technology leaders, and tech coaches will discuss shared experiences, questions, and ideas around edtech topics and trends

Sarah Phelps
Sarah Phelps
Program Manager, Computer Science and STEM, Learning Technology Center

Sarah leads computer science and STEM initiatives, manages partnerships with state and national organizations, and elevates the LTC’s role as a thought leader in the K-12 computer science space.