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San Francisco State University, San Francisco Unified School District, San Francisco Chamber of Commerce

SF CALL: Comput. for All Learners & Levels

NSF Awards: 1649277

2017 (see original presentation & discussion)

Undergraduate, Graduate

SF CALL will support development of a K-20 curriculum and the support system to nurture it inside our education system and not as a patch or add on.

Objective 1:  Support SFUSD to become the first large, urban school district to develop, implement, and revise a preK–12 curriculum in CS  and enhance teacher training.

Objective 2:  Expand the Metro College Success Program by including CS and elevate advising and mentoring support for majors and minors in CS and other STEM fields

Objective 3:  Engage students in research-intensive, problem solving and design projects to deepen their CS skills, retain them in the major and graduate them computing-proficient and career-ready: Foster Student Leadership and Strengthen Student Orgs

Objective 4:   Coordinate cross-sector stakeholder support for K–20 STEM student success and develop K–20 CS curriculum and the SF CALL K–20 ALLIANCE framework  

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