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Introducing the K-12 Computer Science Framework

k12cs_badge-logo_purple-150x150UW CSE enthusiastically joins in supporting the K-12 Computer Science Framework, announced on October 17.

The Association for Computing Machinery, Code.org, the Computer Science Teachers Association, the Cyber Innovation Center, and the National Math and Science Initiative partnered with states, school districts, and the computer science education community in creating the Framework, which promotes a vision in which all students critically engage in computer science issues, approach problems in innovative ways, and create computational artifacts with a personal, practical, or community purpose.

Learn more from the new K12CS website here. Check out the video here. One-pager here.

Also check out this great article in GeekWire about the new framework, which will make computer science — a “life skill in the 21st century,” as UW CSE professor Ed Lazowska calls it — more accessible and welcoming to all students.

October 17, 2016