Advocate

Advocate for policies supporting CS education

Get involved during CSEdWeek

Expanding Computing Education Pathways (ECEP) Alliance

ECEP’s Sensational 7 Advocacy & Policy Actions to Spur Broadening Participation in Computer Science

Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2020, at 7 p.m. ET

We all hope to see CS in K-12 grow in our communities, states, and across the US. This CSEdWeek, join teachers and other community leaders from across the country to learn about advocacy models that will advance computer science for all. As a CS educator, you’ve put in a lot of time to develop innovative courses at all levels of K-12 and you’ve probably noticed that there are still gaps in access and participation. This webinar will explore advocacy models that you can leverage or adapt to make your own. Bring your questions and prepare to grow your advocacy network!

Learn about the State of CS Teachers

Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2020, at 3 p.m. ET

Kapor Center and CSTA present results of the Inaugural National CS Teacher Census showing trends of who teaches K-12 computer science, their school contexts, and their needs.

Write a Letter to Congress

Advocate for computer science by writing your members of Congress. This template is has been written with prompts for you to share the incredible things you are doing in your classroom.

Learn about CS implementation, teachers, and equity in your region

Continue the CSEdWeek momentum year round! The Code.org Advocacy Coalition is leading the movement for equitable and inclusive CS education policy. Learn more at advocacy.code.org. Read the 2020 State of CS Report which includes policy trends, maps, state-by-state summaries, and implementation data to help you get started.

How to engage in CS education advocacy and policy

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