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Kapor's Culturally Responsive-Sustaining CS Education: A Framework

Teaching & Learning

In June 2021, Kapor Center released the CRCS Framework, developed in partnership with a national collective of education advocates to create more pathways for Black, Latinx, Native American, and other marginalized students to computer science education, tech careers, and STEM-related fields.

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AIforCA

Teaching & Learning

AIforCA situates Artificial Intelligence within California's K-12 CS standards. Check out resources and upcoming events for integrating AI ethics and artifacts across disciplines at csforca.org/ai.

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Where Can I Get My Supplementary Authorization?

Teaching & Learning

Teachers with a single or multiple subjects teaching credential can use our table to find where you can add on the Computer Science Supplementary Authorization.

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Integrating Computer Science Into Other Subject Areas

Teaching & Learning

Computer Science provides learners a clear picture of how our complex society functions with technology. Read this brief to find out how and why CS can be integrated with other subjects in school.

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Making Computer Science Count in California

Teaching & Learning

When computer science “counts” it is recognized as foundational learning, and will be prioritized and supported as a core academic subject. Download our brief on the many ways that computer science counts in California, and can be integrated into other subjects.

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CS Professional Development Week Infographic

Teaching & Learning

Summer of CS is a week of professional learning we held for over 200 computer science educators, counselors, administrators, and policymakers. Here's an infographic of the model we used, and how it can be adapted on a regional basis. It also shows the need for professional development in building equitable, scalable and sustainable CS education.

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Teaching CS: Meeting the Demand in CA Infographic

Teaching & Learning

Discerning between who can and can’t teach computer science in California is confusing. This infographic delves into who can teach computer science, and what the varying credentials enable teachers to do.

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