Computer Science Education Coalition Launches

CSEC-logo-with-name.jpgToday, a broad-based group of businesses and non-profits launched the Computer Science Education Coalition to urge Congress to invest $250 million in K-12 computer science education. The coalition's members include Amazon, Code.org, Facebook, Google, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM, Microsoft, TechNet, and many others.  Many of our Voices for Innovation leaders also joined the coalition.

VFI plans to support the coalition's efforts and will encourage our members to take an active role in communicating the importance of improving computer science education in America's schools and workforce programs.

You can learn more by visiting the Computer Science Education Coalition website. Stay tuned for opportunities to support this effort.

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