Are you an organization or agency that provides CS learning opportunities during out-of-school time?

CSforALL

CS can be most effectively taught for all students when they encounter learning both in school time and out of school time. In fact, CS is already happening in OST but is often called something else: i.e. Robotics, Girls who Code, Minecraft, Scratch, Makerspaces, Fab Labs, and digital storytelling. OST providers create opportunities for interest driven real-world learning, problem-solving, creativity, experimentation, and flexibility to nurture the passion for and interest in computer science in our youth. Find out how other OST providers are connecting and innovating on best and promising practices in formal and informal CS education.

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With over 10.2 million school-aged youth participating in Out of School Time (OST) activities, providers play a key role in the Computer Science ecosystem. They often provide project-based learning opportunities that complement the school day, while incorporating interest driven, real world learning.

OST providers are uniquely positioned to ensure that their CS programs provide the quality and rigor needed to align with school day learning. CSforALL can help to ensure that those standards are met. Join our community to find out more about what CSforALL is doing to support more synergy between in and out of school time providers.

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