Happening in the States

Alabama

Enable All High Schools to Offer CS

Alabama does not yet require that all secondary schools offer computer science. 

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Fund CS Professional Development

Alabama has allocated $675,00 (2017), and close to a $1m (2018) in funding for rigorous computer science professional development and course support.


Create High Quality CS Standards

Alabama has developed K-12 computer science standards.

✔️Arkansas

Enable All High Schools to Offer CS

Require all secondary schools to offer computer science by 2015-2016 school year (via Act 187 of 2015).

Fund CS Professional Development

Provided $5 million in the fiscal year (FY) 2016-2017 budget, and $5 million in the FY 2018-2019 budget for all high schools to offer computer science.


Create High Quality CS Standards

K-8 standards have been embedded into other content areas; high school standards are standalone and implemented 2017-2018.

Arizona

Enable All High Schools to Offer CS

Arizona does not yet require that all secondary schools offer computer science. 
 

Fund CS Professional Development

Arizona has allocated funding for rigorous computer science professional development and course support. SB 1538 allocated $700,000 over two years.

Create High Quality CS Standards

Arizona has begun the process of developing high quality computer science standards.

✔️Hawaii

Enable All High Schools to Offer CS

Hawaii requires that all secondary schools offer computer science.

Fund CS Professional Development

Hawaii has allocated funding for rigorous computer science professional development and course support


Create High Quality CS Standards

Hawaii has established K-12 computer science standards.

✔️Idaho

Enable All High Schools to Offer CS

Idaho requires that all secondary schools offer computer science

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Fund CS Professional Development

$2M for expansion of computer science throughout the state, including funds for professional development through passage of H0379 in 2016. $2M for CS was appropriated again in 2017.


Create High Quality CS Standards

Developed and adopted K-12 standards, building on the K-12 Computer Science Framework, for implementation in the 2017-2018 school year.

✔️Indiana

Enable All High Schools to Offer CS

Indiana requires that all secondary schools offer computer science through Public Law 132 (SB 172 from the 2018 legislative session.)

Fund CS Professional Development

Indiana does not yet provide dedicated funding for rigorous computer science professional development
and course support.


Create High Quality CS Standards

K-8 Computer Science standards have been created and integrated into the state’s science standards.

✔️Iowa

Enable All High Schools to Offer CS

SF 274 set a goal for each high school, middle school, and elementary school to offer CS by July 2019.

Fund CS Professional Development

$250K is allocated for CS PD for FY 2019.


Create High Quality CS Standards

2016’s SF 274 requires the development of K-12 CS standards.

✔️Maryland

Enable All High Schools to Offer CS

Maryland requires that all secondary schools offer computer science through HB 281 from the 2018 legislative session. 

Fund CS Professional Development

Maryland has allocated funding for rigorous computer science professional development and course support.

Create High Quality CS Standards

Maryland has established K-12 computer science standards.

Missori

Enable All High Schools to Offer CS

Missouri does not yet require that all secondary schools offer computer science.

Fund CS Professional Development

Missouri does not yet provide dedicated funding for rigorous computer science professional development and course support.

Create High Quality CS Standards

Missouri is in the process of developing K-12 computer science standards.

Montana

Enable All High Schools to Offer CS

Montana does not yet require that all secondary schools offer computer science.

Fund CS Professional Development

Montana does not yet provide dedicated funding for rigorous computer science professional development
and course support. Although funds may be available via broader programs.

Create High Quality CS Standards

Montana is in the process of developing K-12 computer science standards.

✔️New Jersey

Enable All High Schools to Offer CS

New Jersey requires that all secondary schools offer computer science.

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Fund CS Professional Development

New Jersey has allocated funding for rigorous computer science professional development and course support.


Create High Quality CS Standards

New Jersey has established K-12 computer science standards.

✔️Nevada

Enable All High Schools to Offer CS

With the passage of S.B. 200, Nevada requires that all high schools in the state offer at least one rigorous computer science course by the 2022–23 school year.

Fund CS Professional Development

Nevada has allocated $2.4 Million over the 2018 and 2019 fiscal years towards high quality computer science professional development.


Create High Quality CS Standards

The Nevada Department of Education is actively developing computer science standards, which are on track to be adopted in time for the 2018–19 school year.

North Carolina

Enable All High Schools to Offer CS

North Carolina does not yet require that all secondary schools offer computer science. 

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Fund CS Professional Development

North Carolina has allocated funding in the past for rigorous computer science professional development and course support.


Create High Quality CS Standards

North Carolina does not have K-12 computer science standards.

North Dakota

Enable All High Schools to Offer CS

North Dakota does not yet require that all secondary schools offer computer science. 

Fund CS Professional Development

North Dakota does not yet provide dedicated funding for rigorous computer science professional development
and course support. Although funds may be available via broader programs.

Create High Quality CS Standards

North Dakota is in the process of developing K-12 computer science standards.

Pennsylvania

Enable All High Schools to Offer CS

Pennsylvania does not yet require that all secondary schools offer computer science. 

Fund CS Professional Development

Pennsylvania has allocated funding for rigorous computer science professional development and course support.


Create High Quality CS Standards

Pennsylvania has established K-12 computer science standards.

✔️Rhode Island

Enable All High Schools to Offer CS

Rhode Island’s Governor Raimondo announced CS4RI, a partnership initiative designed to bring rigorous digital learning to all K-12 students by December 2017.

Fund CS Professional Development

Although no budget allocations are specifically dedicated to teacher professional development, the FY17 budget proposal allocated $260,000 to expansion of computer science education access, including a teacher training boot camp.


Create High Quality CS Standards

Rhode Island has established K-12 computer science standards.

✔️Virginia

Enable All High Schools to Offer CS

Virginia requires that all secondary schools offer computer science. 

Fund CS Professional Development

Virginia has allocated funding for rigorous computer science professional development and course support.


Create High Quality CS Standards

Virginia has established K-12 computer science standards.

Washington

Enable All High Schools to Offer CS

Washington does not yet require all schools to provide access to a rigorous CS course in high school, legislation passed to require computer science to count as a mathematics or science credit.

Fund CS Professional Development

$2 million per biennium grant program with one-to-one private match for professional development and technology upgrades was included in the 2015-17 and 2017-19 budgets (for a total for $4M).


Create High Quality CS Standards

Developed standards (required by legislature) based on the CSTA standards and the the K-12 Computer Science Framework.

Wyoming

Enable All High Schools to Offer CS

Wyoming requires that all secondary schools offer computer science.

Fund CS Professional Development

Wyoming encourages the use of state funds for computer science or computer science professional development.


Create High Quality CS Standards

Wyoming is in the process of developing K-12 computer science standards.

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