- WeTeach_CS provided 3,368 contact hours of training to over 1,000 Texas educators representing 640 schools and 283 public, private, and charter school districts.
- Funded 29 WeTeach_CS Collaboratives across the state.
- From 2015 - 2017, WeTeach_CS supported over 400 in-service teachers to complete CS certification in Texas.
- 10 organizations, including TEA, Google, 100Kin10, IBM, Facebook, Dell, Intel, Brocade, Oracle Academy, and Microsoft invested in WeTeach_CS.
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Sixty percent of all STEM jobs require or involve computing, yet only three percent of Texas High School graduates have taken a computer science course. This is due to limited offerings and a lack of qualified teachers. There are 1.4 million Texas public school students who need YOU to teach Computer Science.
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Getting certified in CS is the first step. Improving the quality and diversity of CS courses is an ongoing effort. Find tools, curricula, professional development and other resources to help along the way!
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Being a Computer Science educator requires continuous learning to keep up with changing technologies and pedagogy. WeTeach_CS helps connect educators with CS Professional Development opportunities to deepen skills, encourage innovation, and build relationships with other educators.
Have an idea for a CS project in your Texas school or community? Apply for a WeTeach_CS Mini-Grant! #wtcs2018
WeTeach_CS is accepting applications for the 2018 WeTeach_CS Mini-Grants through April 20th. The Mini-Grants will be announced during the 2018 WeTeach_CS Summit, being held from June 18-20 in Georgetown, Texas. The WeTeach_CS Mini-Grants are awarded to teachers in order to support the purchase of instructional resources and materials for K-12 computer science and related programs. This year’s Mini-Grants are being sponsored by Oracle Academy and Texas Instruments.