EDC Contributes to National Computer Science Education Summit

White House

EDC’s Pam Buffington, Shelley Pasnik, and Jim Stanton were invited presenters at the Expanding Computing Education Pathways (ECEP) Summit last week. Held at the White House and George Washington University, the summit marked the first time that the 17 states leading state-level, systemic computer science (CS) education reform came together to share their work and meet with researchers who can inform their efforts.

A recent article by EDC's June Mark published on the Research + Practice (R+P) Collaboratory website, "Computer Science for All...Teachers" was discussed during the event. Learn more about EDC's contributions to the Summit in EDC's newsroom announcement, and explore EDC's work to Achieve Computer Science For All and provide New Insights Into Computer Science Education.

Last Updated: November 1, 2016