Online modules are now offered for CS Principles, and we’ve added an AI/Machine Learning module.

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Last summer, we added self-paced, online options to our immersive professional learning programs. These free, at-your-own-pace modules are meant to support teachers in their computer science teaching journey, no matter where they are!

Today, we’re introducing two additional offerings: Self-paced modules are now available for our CS Principles curriculum, as…

Help today’s students become the superheroes of tomorrow when you empower them to learn problem-solving, critical thinking, and more.

Starting today, middle and high school teachers from all backgrounds can apply to our 2022 Professional Learning Program that prepares and supports educators to teach computer science. No previous computer science experience is necessary for two of the three courses available and many workshops are being held virtually!

Why teach…

Classrooms around the world used code to write poems, have a dance party, and simply say “Hello world!”

This year, students and teachers used Hour of Code to explore the awesome relationship that computer science has with different subjects in school, different industries, and even different career paths. …

From new activities and cross-curricular content to CodeBytes and fresh tunes on Dance Party, Hour of Code 2021 has something for everyone!

We’ve been waiting all year: It’s Computer Science Education Week and Hour of Code 2021! This year’s theme is #CSEverywhere, so we encourage students and teachers to explore the relationship that computer science has with different subjects in school, different industries, and even different career paths!

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New data shows that engineering and computer science majors have the highest return on investment, while 28% of degree programs have negative returns.

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As more and more Americans grapple with exploding tuition and crippling student debt, conversations abound on the purpose of college and post secondary education.

Whether seeking to achieve personal growth, contribute to society, or prepare for employment, students make a significant investment to attend college. …

Caia loves computer science and she’s also an accomplished poet! She says both offer creative outlets, supportive communities, and the chance to take risks.

Sitting at a desk, staring at a blank screen, struggling to take the idea in your head and make it come alive. It’s a familiar feeling for any artist or creator — and that includes coders and poets, two activities you wouldn’t expect to have much in common.

But Caia…

The Stanford student identifies with the Hopi tribe and works with other women to break barriers and increase Native American representation in tech.

Elisabeth Holm discovered her love of computer science and coding at a camp for girls in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) between 5th and 6th grade. Inspired by that nurturing environment, she decided to do something similar for young women in Indigenous communities by creating SONAC, the Sisterhood of…

Excitement for programming education is growing in big leaps, thanks to an initiative of the nation’s Education Ministry, in association with Microsoft and Code.org.

For six weeks in early 2021, students across Saudi Arabia tested their creativity by making stories and games — and envisioning what could be done to help build the kingdom’s future. In collaboration with Microsoft, the Ministry of Education of Saudi Arabia attracted a record 3.5 …

Braving blizzards, butchering caribou, and packing a year of groceries on a barge: For Anna Mekki, it’s just part of the job teaching computer science in Wainwright, Alaska.

Located in Alaska’s North Slope Borough, the village of Wainwright is home to about 550 people — 90 percent of whom are Iñupiat, a group of Alaska Natives whose ancestry can be traced to the Utukamiut and Kukmiut. Winters are long and harsh, with temperatures that can drop to -50…

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