2020 Computer Science State Policy Forum Series

The annual Computer Science State Policy Forum brings together legislators, education officials, state advocates, industry, national organizations, and representatives from state executive offices committed to K-12 computer science education. This year the forum went virtual. Find the policy forum plenary video here and recordings of the topical webinar series below:

Session Description Link
We Required All Schools to Offer CS, This is What Happened Next Learn about how Indiana, Maryland, and West Virginia came to requiring all high schools to offer computer science, how the implementation of the policy is going, and what has happened since.
This Equity Guidance Will Change How You Make CS Education Decisions Learn about the Kapor Center's work in improving equity in computer science education and how to translate intention into equity-focused policy decisions.
How Micro-credentials Can Revolutionize CS Certification Learn about micro-credentials, an innovative, competency-based approach to computer science professional learning and certification.
Top 10 Things CS Education Researchers Wish They Could Tell Policymakers and Practitioners Learn from a trifecta of research, policy, and practical expertise in order to guide high-quality and lasting change in CS education.

Pictures From Previous Forums

Networking activity
Networking by learning about networking!
2016 State Policy Forum
2016 State Policy Forum attendees
CS Leaders
State CS leaders meeting each other for the first time.

Forum Resources

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