50 Governors sign the Governors’ Compact for Computer Science
On July 14, 2022, the National Governors Association announced that 50 U.S. governors have signed on to the Governors’ Compact To Expand K-12 Computer Science Education, committing to (1) increase the number of schools offering CS, (2) allocate funding for CS, (3) create post-secondary career pathways in CS, and (4) increase participation in CS from traditionally underserved populations.
We are thrilled to see this support across the United States. There is now broad consensus that computer science should be part of the K-12 core curriculum.
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Working Nation - The case for making computer science a part of every K-12 curriculum
GeekWire - Hundreds of tech, business and nonprofit leaders urge states to boost computer science education
Fierce Electronics - Hundreds of tech honchos push U.S. states for better comp sci ed in K-12