In 2018, 44 states hold computer science education policies, new study finds
New research from Code.org shows that policymakers have placed strong and growing support behind computer science education in recent years.
Arkansas gov. plans tour to promote computer science in high schools
Gov. Asa Hutchinson is hoping to get more students to sign up for coding classes this fall, helping to fill a need in his state for educated workers.
Rhode Island aims to bring computer science into public schools by Dec. 2017
Gov. Gina Raimondo laid out her new plan to offer computer science classes in every public school by December 2017.
Code.org, College Board expand computer science classes
The new class, called AP computer science principles, is part of an effort to get more female and minority students interested in the field of computing and its impact on society.
Wash. governor signs bill to promote computer science in schools
With a group of students, teachers, education leaders, and top executives from Microsoft and code.org, by his side, Gov. Jay Inslee signed a bill today intended to encourage more students to take computer science classes in high school.