National Computer Science Principles Education Summit

Attendance at the Summit is by application only. Applications are closed and all spots are now full.

On July 16, 2014, CSTA and Google will be presenting the National Computer Science Principles Education Summit. Attendees at this event have been selected through a rigorous application process that will result in more then 70 educators and administrators working together to strategize about getting this new Advanced Placement course implemented in schools across the country.

This summit, featuring presentations, flash talks, and working groups, will provide teachers and administrators with a context and strategies for implementing CS Principles in their high schools. Teachers and administrators will also convene in working groups to explore the specific barriers to and strategies for full implementation and the possible pathways to CS Principles for the entire community (middle school and high school).

This summit will be held in conjunction with the CSTA 2014 annual conference in St. Charles, IL and although the registration for on-site participation is now full, the summit will also feature a full-scale virtual event including live-streamed sessions and facilitated Google hangouts.

Click here for the agenda.

Click here for more information about participating virtually.

This event is generously sponsored by Google.











   

CSTA works at many levels to support computing education.

Elementary and Middle school
(problem solving &
computational thinking)

High school
(computing &
computer science)

College/university
(enrollment &
transition)

Industry
(engagement &
preparation)