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The California Computer Science Standards Advisory Committee (CS SAC)'s work in developing K-12 Computer Science Content Standards.



Use Computer Science to solve the problems of yesterday to inspire the students of today to solve the problems of tomorrow.



CSforCA is a campaign to ensure all schools have access to meaningful and sustainable teaching and learning opportunities in CS. Founded by Californians to serve California’s unique needs, CSforCA is focused on statewide policy changes to enable every local school district to offer CS.



Tulare County Office of Education has partnered with Google for Education to bring a cohort of 70 educators from across California’s Central Valley together to learn and collaborate together to design CS standards-based, interdisciplinary learning experiences for grades 6-8. Using this integrated approach, all students engage in CS concepts/practices via required mathematics/science courses. 



Join Site Leaders Connect founder Katherine Goyette in this insight interview with David Platt, who discusses the benefits of coding for English Learners. Follow David on Twitter @HerrPlatt & visit his website http://organiteched.com/ View more Insight Interviews at www.SiteLeadersConnect.org Learn more about #SiteLeadsConnect founder Katherine Goyette at www.WonderExploreLearn.com and follow her on Twitter @kat_goyette



The K–12 Computer Science Framework comes at a time when our nation’s education systems are adapting to a 21st century vision of students who are not just computer users but also computationally literate creators who are proficient in the concepts and practices of computer science. States, districts, and organizations can use the framework to inform the development of standards and curriculum, build capacity for teaching computer science, and implement computer science pathways. 



Demand for computer science professionals is at an all time high, but in such a fast-moving industry, it’s hard to find trustworthy, comprehensive online resources. ComputerScience.org is here to address this issue.