Equitable Advancement of Computer Science

“We teamed up so that we can have a broader impact, as far as computer science education. We want to be able to share resources and strategies with each other that  will impact students that are most underserved in computer science, especially girls, students of color, and students who come from a low-income community,” says Cheri Bortleson, Bellevue School District curriculum developer. Dan Gallagher, Interim Director of STEM and Arts in Seattle Public Schools, says, “School districts often work in isolation from one another, even though we have common problems.  We chose to work together to more effectively tackle the insufficient and inequitable access to computer science education.”

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