Time and time again, we’ve seen school administrators play a pivotal role in bringing computer science education to a school. Whether you’re a principal, counselor, or other building staff, you could be the link between your school and the kind of coding skills that ensure prosperity for all students.
To learn more about bringing computer science to your school, join us for the CS4U informational session on Wednesday, February 23, 2022, from 3:30-4:30 p.m. During this virtual meeting we will address:
- Availability of computer science courses for every grade and every school
- Details on a computer professional learning series for teachers with no-cost scholarships
- How state policies on computer science education are changing, including changes to teacher licensure requirements
This informational session is designed for school and district administrators, school counselors, and teachers interested in teaching Computer Science.
Scholarships for the 2022-2023 Code.org Professional Learning Program
The Ohio STEM Learning Network seeks to bring computer science education to every classroom in Ohio. To help us get there, we have partnered with Code.org to provide Ohio teachers with high quality professional learning to support implementation of computer science curriculum for grades 6-12. This year, due to generous support from the state of Ohio, we offer scholarships to cover the cost of professional development for all qualifying teachers. Learn more about the program here.
For more information about the program or if you have any questions, please contact:
Ohio STEM Learning Network