In 2013, just 14 states and Washington D.C. had one or more computer science education policy in place. In 2018, that figure has risen to 44 states.
That’s a key finding of a report published this week by Code.org, a Seattle-based nonprofit focused on increasing availability of computer science education, particularly for underrepresented groups, such as female, black and Hispanic students.
While much progress has been made, the report’s authors and the nonprofit’s supporters are calling for more work to be done, particularly in those states where computer science education is still scarce.
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