MassCAN Strategic Plan 2015–2018

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The Massachusetts Computing Attainment Network (MassCAN), founded in 2013, is a public-private coalition of education, industry, nonprofit, and academic partners who share a common interest in transforming computer science education. MassCAN works to create and offer the highest quality K–12 computer science education to every student in the state. This strategic plan covers the coalition from 2015 through 2018. During this time period, MassCAN is working toward two outcomes: (1) preparing youth for 21st-century success by inspiring them and developing their technology and problem-solving skills and analytic abilities, and (2) expanding the Massachusetts workforce to increase success across all information-based sectors of our economy. (View a related Briefing Book.)


Steve Vinter, Jim Stanton, Tripp Jones

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31 pp.
computer science education