Why K-12 Computer Science Education is Critical

The U.S. leads the world in technology innovation, but our leadership is jeopardized by insufficient support for computer science education in our nation’s K-12 schools. Today, even as our economy is increasingly driven by information technology, only one of four K-12 schools in the U.S. offers any computer science courses. We can and must do better! 

Join Voices for Innovation for a webinar focused on the broad-based movement to win federal funding committed specifically to K-12 computer science education. We’ll hear from Erin Siefring, Chair of the Computer Science Education Coalition, who will discuss what’s at stake and how you can help bring attention to the need for federal funding to modernize American education for our 21st-century digital economy and society.

Why K-12 Computer Science Education is Critical

Guest Speaker: Erin Siefring, Chair of the Computer Science Education Coalition

Tuesday, June 14, 10-10:45AM PDT | 1-1:45PM EDT

Once you register, we will email you call-in information.

June 14, 2016 at 10am - 10:45am
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@vfiorg tweeted this page. 2016-06-07 14:11:00 -0700
I'm attending a June 14 webinar on Computer Science Education in K-12 schools - and you can too: http://www.voicesforinnovation.org/csec_webinar?recruiter_id=69531