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California Computer Science Strategic Implementation Plan Report

Policy

The California Computer Science Strategic Implementation Plan provides recommendations for supporting K–12 computer science education. This report suggests the best practices for California and its local education agencies to improve CS education through expanding CS course offerings, increasing CS educators, and implementing equitable strategies by expanding CS opportunities.

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CSforCA Policy Agenda

Policy

Download this graphic of CSforCA’s 4 policy priorities for 2019-20. These priorities will ensure equity and access to high quality teaching and learning opportunities in computer since in California.

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COMPUTER SCIENCE IN CALIFORNIA'S SCHOOLS: AN ANALYSIS OF ACCESS, ENROLLMENT, AND EQUITY

Research / Data

A new report from CSforCA and Kapor Center that analyzes K-12 computer science education in California, revealing significant disparities by race/ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, and geography of California students who have access to, enroll in and succeed in computer science courses.

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COMPUTER SCIENCE EDUCATION DATA: CENTERING EQUITY TO MEASURE WHAT MATTERS

Research / Data

Computer science (CS) education has the power to shape the futures of California’s students, our economy, as well as our society at large. However, systemic and historic inequities embedded within our education system impact the patterns of who participates in CS education.

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WHAT IS COMPUTATIONAL THINKING AND WHAT DOES IT HAVE TO DO WITH K-12 EDUCATION?

Computer Science Education Equity

Computational Thinking (CT) is a key component of Computer Science (CS), and CS education. This two-page guide explains how CT helps build skills related to critical thinking and problem solving, as well as advancing equity and social justice.

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ADVANCING EQUITY IN COMPUTER SCIENCE EDUCATION FOR CALIFORNIA

Computer Science Education Equity

A two-page snapshot on CSforCA - why equitable computer science education in California is worth fighting for, our solutions to build the right infrastructure across the state, and how people can get involved.

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CSforCA 2019-2020 Policy Priorities Aligned with California's Strategic Implementation Plan

Policy

This document outlines CSforCA Policy Priorities, and how they are aligned with the California Computer Science Strategic Implementation Plan Panel Recommendations and the California Computer Science Strategic Implementation Report.

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