Computer Science In K-12 Classrooms

The United States leads the world in technology innovation, but only one in four K-12 schools teach computer science education, jeopardizing our leadership. We can and must do better!

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The United States leads the world in technology innovation, but our leadership is jeopardized by insufficient support for computer science education in our nation’s K-12 schools. Today, even as our economy is increasingly driven by information technology, only one of four K-12 schools (...)

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