Computer science education

is critical for all students in California

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Too few students in california are participating in CS

3%

of high school students are enrolled in CS

54

Black girls and 469 Latinx girls took AP CS A in 2019

CS for CA
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Essential skills for our students and our state

Computer science teaches students how to meaningfully engage in an increasingly technology-driven world. Skills like computational and critical thinking can shape them into the creative thinkers and problem solvers we need in our future.

And with a more diverse industry, we can make sure technology reflects and represents our diverse society.

Coalition Members

Our members come from a range of areas across the industry. Learn more about the coalition.

CSforCA Twitter Updates

Do you know K-12 CS educators making great strides in promoting equity in CS? Please nominate them for the @csteachersorg Equity Fellowship, to elevate their voices and expertise to the broader #CSforAll community. (It only takes 3 minutes!) https://bit.ly/33e6qni #CSequity

Did you know that low-income schools in California are 4x less likely to offer AP #computerscience courses? On top of that, rural schools are 7x less likely to offer AP CS.

Every student deserves to learn the essential skills they need to thrive, no matter their zip code.

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