Our economy is rapidly shifting, and families, educators, and government and industry leaders are increasingly recognizing that computer science (CS) is a “new basic” skill necessary for economic opportunity and social mobility in a world driven by software.
CSforALL is calling on every school and district leader in the United States to join our commitment to support the goal of expanding access to CS for all students by signing the CSforALL K-12 School and District Pledge.
Take the CSforALL K-12 School and District Pledge
FAQ about the CSforALL K12 School and District Pledge
Previous K-12 School and District Pledges
List of Schools and Districts that Signed the Pledge
These 77 districts and 303 schools, together representing a total of 3343 schools across 39 states, have signed the CSforALL pledge to support the expansion of CS to every K-12 student in the United States.
These schools and districts pledge to: support professional development for CS teachers, administrators, and guidance counselors; encourage all students to learn CS; offer a variety of opportunities throughout their grade levels for CS learning; and assign a primary point of contact in their school or district for CS education.
Updated January 31, 2017
Infographic with Pledge Data
Schools and districts that previously completed the Pledge also answered some questions about their current state of CS implementation. See what they identify as challenges toward attaining CS for all students.
Data as of January 2017
Encourage your school or district to take the CSforALL K-12 School and District Pledge
Invite your school or district leaders to make the pledge. Send them an email using the email template provided here.