Governments, schools, nonprofits, and teachers pledge to bring computer science to millions of students

  • 69 nonprofits, corporations, and universities in 46 states will prepare 6,231 CS teachers in 2019. These teachers will begin teaching computer science to 2 to 3 million students in middle and high school.
  • More than 80 school districts representing more than 3,000 schools and 2 million students pledged to expand their computer science offerings.
  • 25 companies, organizations, schools, and coding clubs in 20 countries made pledges to train teachers, introduce CS into schools, or build curricula. At least 5,750 teachers will be trained to teach CS in order to reach more than 400,000 students.

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Code.org® is dedicated to expanding access to computer science increasing participation by young women and students from other underrepresented groups.

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