Advocate for policies supporting computer science education

Your voice matters. Learn about different ways to become an advocate for CS education.

Advocate for policies supporting computer science education

Build Your Own CS Advo-Kit.

Wednesday December 8, 2021 7-8:30 PM ET.

Teachers have the power to influence key decision-makers when it comes to prioritizing CS, but we all need to be prepared with our talking points when those opportunities arise. Join this lively discussion to build your own personal CS Advo-Kit so you can Advo-Cate for CS for All!

Learn about the CS Teacher Landscape

Learn who teaches K-12 computer science in the U.S., some of the challenges they face, and recommendations for supporting them in building equitable and inclusive classrooms in a report from Kapor Center and CSTA.

Access your Advocacy Kit.

Take action. These kits created by ECEP will give you the tools to advocate for computer science education.

Learn about the State of CS.

Learn about CS implementation, teachers, and equity in your state in a new report from Code.org, CSTA and ECEP.

Become an Advocate

Find out more about advocacy work in your state

Join the Policy Committee

Apply to join a new teacher-led CSTA committee that will develop a set of policy recommendations and help teachers learn how to advocate for them.

Today's events were supported and led by ECEP Alliance

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Computer Science Education Week is a community-led effort made possible by the collaboration among many partners, including CSTA, Code.org, ECEP Alliance, CSforALL, Kapor Center.

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