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

Apply to be a CSTA Equity Fellow!

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http://csteachers.org/page/csta-equity-fellowship

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CS Teachers Association (CSTA)@csteachersorg

We seek educators and leaders who have expertise in promoting equity in PreK-12 computer science education for the 2022-23 cohort of the CSTA Equity Fellows. Nominate someone, or apply yourself at http://CSTeachers.org/equity by Aug. 11!
#CSEquity #CSforAll #CSTAEquityFellow

If you want to improve equitable access and achievement in PreK-12 #CSEd and develop as a leader and an advocate, you should apply for the year-long @csteachersorg Equity Fellowship!

Apply or nominate someone by 8/11. #CSEquity

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Creating a strong environment to support K–12 educators.

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