Bringing together 100 industry, nonprofit, and advocacy organizations, the Advocacy Coalition is growing the movement to make Computer Science a fundamental part of K-12 education.
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2023 State of Computer Science Education
Includes national and state-level computer science education policy, including policy trends, maps, state summaries, and implementation data.

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Computer science drives innovation throughout the US economy, but it still isn't a core part of our education system.

29 states have adopted a policy to give all high school students access to CS courses (and of those, only 13 states give all K-12 students access) 380,904 Open computing jobs nationwide 51% of public high schools offer a CS class 90,942 Computer science students graduated into the workforce last year

Sources: The Conference Board and National Center for Education Statistics. More info.

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