We are committed to a shared vision for rigorous and equitable K-12 Computational Thinking for all students.
We help the K-12 education community to improve their ability to serve all students by:
Creating community-sourced definitions of computational thinking across multiple stakeholders, including curriculum development, community engagement and education research
Advocating for learning engagement that promotes equity, diversity, and inclusion so all students benefit from quality computational thinking programs
Working with education organizations, business community, non-profit organizations and the research community to have collective support on computational thinking
We’ve been presenting our research work via our partnerships with WestEd and YouCubed at Stanford University