EcoSystemsforCS

EcoSystemsforCS is a new initiative launched by CSforALL with support from Schmidt Futures to provide catalyst grants to 10 communities across the US to promote community-led systems change in K-12 computer science education. Ten communities will receive funding and technical assistance over a one year period to engage a diverse set of partners in launching an ecosystem initiative to drive implementation of high quality, equitable CS.

Questions? Email: ecosystemsforcs@csforall.org


UPDATE 10/8/19: We are looking forward to announcing the 10 grantees for the first EcoSystemsforCS cohort on October 23rd at the 2019 CSforALL Summit.

Leading up to our announcement we would like to highlight the work of the New York City computer science education ecosystem by sharing the CS4All Blueprint. The Computer Science for All (CS4All) Blueprint is an academic and implementation guide for teaching computer science in New York City public schools. Learn More at: https://blueprint.cs4all.nyc/about/


About CSforALL:
CSforALL is the national hub of the computer science for all movement with a mission to make high-quality computer science an integral part of K-12 education in the United States. Our three pillar approach; Support Local Change, Increase Rigor and Equity, and Grow the Movement, directs our work across a national and local spectrum to provide equitable and accessible K-12 computer science education to every student. We engage with diverse stakeholders leading computer science initiatives across the nation to support and facilitate implementation of rigorous, inclusive and sustainable computer science. For more information: www.csforall.org Twitter: @CSforALL

Schmidt Futures is a philanthropic initiative, founded by Eric and Wendy Schmidt, that bets early on people who will make our world better — helping people to achieve more for others by applying advanced science and technology thoughtfully and by working together across fields.

Learn more at schmidtfutures.com

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