Alliance for California Computing Education for Students and Schools

Kids in Computer Class

The Alliance for California Computing Education for Students and Schools (ACCESS) is dedicated to advocating for high-quality K-12 computer science education in California and ensuring its accessibility to all students, specifically targeting under-represented students including girls, students of color and low socioeconomic students.

ACCESS is a statewide network of computer science education leaders including: K-12 teachers, administrators and leaders; computer science professors from community colleges through universities; education school faculty and CS professional developers; interested industry professionals; and educational policy advocates counting the California Department of Education, the Computer Science Teachers Association, Computing in the Core, and code.org.

 

NEWS

Brown appoints 15 to new K-12 computer science panel

Gov. Jerry Brown appointed 15 technology and education experts Friday to a newly created panel charged with making recommendations on the implementation of K-12 computer science standards in California. Read more…
 

Connecting to the Future

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