Texas Schools play role in Apple’s push to make coding accessible to students with disabilities

Texas Schools play role in Apple’s push to make coding accessible to students with disabilities

Recently, Apple announced that the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired and Texas School for the Deaf, both located in Austin, were among an initial group of leading educational institutions across the country to bring Apple’s Everyone Can Code curriculum to their students using a powerful set of accessibility features. We’re proud to have Texas so well represented in this initiative and thrilled for the opportunity it will bring to students with visual and hearing disabilities.

Deadline Approaching! Apply now for FREE CS Discoveries and CS Principles Professional Learning from Code.org

Deadline Approaching! Apply now for FREE CS Discoveries and CS Principles Professional Learning from Code.org

Have you applied? This FREE professional learning program from Code.org is open to all new as well as experienced middle and high school CS and prospective CS teachers, but you need to apply soon! The priority deadline for applications is Saturday, March 31, 2018.

Survey closes March 2nd – Take the Texas Public Input Survey to provide feedback for the Long-Range Plan for Public Education

Survey closes March 2nd – Take the Texas Public Input Survey to provide feedback for the Long-Range Plan for Public Education

Make sure your voice is heard by taking the survey today! The Texas Public Input Survey will close at 5 PM on Friday, March 2, 2018   We know the WeTeach_CS community is committed to ensuring that all Texas K-12 students have access to the computer science and...

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