Share the achievements of any teacher—including your own—student, school, administrator, counselor, or organization, etc. (you get the idea), who has had a positive impact on Computer Science education in your community with Code.org and you could be recognized at the Computer Science Education Week 2017 kickoff event in Palo Alto, CA on December 4th!
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Teachers and students have been at the heart of the amazing growth in computer science education, and now it is time to shine a light on those achievements! Tell us about what you, your student, your school, and/or your district have accomplished this past year for the opportunity to be recognized at the kickoff event for Computer Science Education Week on December 4, 2017!
- A teacher doubled the number of students in a computer science program and increased the percentage of females and underrepresented minorities.
- A student created an app that helps people in their community.
- A school held a special Computer Science showcase for all students and their families.
- A district made computer science mandatory for all incoming freshmen.
- A new after-school club for elementary school students was created, and those students placed first in a regional competition.
Those selected will be awarded a trip to Palo Alto, CA to be recognized on stage at the kickoff of CSEdWeek. The awards event is a collaboration between the CSTA and Code.org. Selected students must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. This opportunity is only available for US submissions.
The nomination period is currently open, and closes October 20, 2017, at 11:59 pm PT. Selections will be announced at the end of October. To be eligible, teachers must be employed at a K-12/pre-university school.
All nominations must be submitted by October 20, 2017.
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