1. Rafi Santo
  2. Research Associate
  4. CSforAll Consortium
  1. June Ahn
  2. https://ahnjune.com/
  3. Associate Professor
  5. UC Irvine
  1. Leigh DeLyser
  2. http://www.csforall.org
  3. Managing Partner
  5. CSforAll Consortium
  1. Juan Sarmiento
  2. https://sparcha.wordpress.com/
  3. Research Assistant
  5. New York University, CSforAll Consortium, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile

Building Multi-level Alignment in Local Computer Science for All Implementati...

NSF Awards: 1738675

2019 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades K-6, Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12, Adult learners

How do educational values translate into educational systems? This is a key question for anyone that cares about education generally, and it is also critical for those that are interested in bringing equitable computer science into K12 school systems. Values around the importance of computer science education should be reflected in decisions about things like curriculum, professional development, after school opportunities, community partnerships, and more. But what does it take to make this happen? What does it look like when school districts achieve this, and what gets in the way?

In the project CS Visions Research-Practice Partnership: Building Multi-level Alignment in Local CSforALL Implementations for Sustainability partners from CSforALL and UC-Irvine aim to understand and support district-level computer science strategic planning and implementation that coordinate visionimplementation, and curriculum decisions.

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