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CS Teaching and Learning Collaboratory: Addressing Issues of Equity and Engag...

NSF Awards: 1738737

2019 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades 9-12, Adult learners

The ultimate goal of the Computer Science Teaching and Learning Collaboratory (CS-TLC) is to broaden the participation of historically underrepresented student populations in CS. The CS-TLC is a researcher-practitioner partnership between over 10 districts in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, Rutgers University’s Center for Effective School Practices at the Graduate School of Education, and Rutgers’ Department of Computer Science. Structured as a professional learning community, the project’s partners collaborate to design, develop, and implement resources and tools to equip educators with relevant content and pedagogical knowledge to help districts, schools, and teachers deliver equity-driven, culturally-sensitive, rigorous, and engaging CS education to all students.

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