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Supporting Computer Science


UPDATE: This track has been canceled due to low enrollment. Participants who had already registered will be contacted and encouraged to take part in a SY 23-24 virtual workshop covering the same content.

If you have any questions about participating in this future workshop, contact CS & STEM Program Manager Sarah Phelps.


Throughout this 2-day learning experience, participants will dig into recent state mandates regarding computer science and computer literacy instruction, as well as strategies for establishing, nourishing, maintaining, and growing an elementary, middle, or high school CS program.

By the end, participants will walk away with an implementation plan that they can immediately bring back to and act upon in their home district.

This track is recommended for all K-12 administrators, curriculum leaders, and district decision-makers with an interest in developing robust CS learning opportunities. In this track, participants will

  • Review House Bill 2170 (HB2170) and its new mandates for computer science and computer literacy
  • Discuss the differences between computer science and computer literacy.
  • Develop an implementation plan to address state requirements as outlined in HB 2170 to bring back to your school

Dates: July 20-21 (Full Day)
Audience: K-12 Administrator & CS Stakeholders
Price: $100

Course facilitated by CS for Success.