Are you (or do you know) a 6-12th grade teacher looking for funding to attend a CS professional development program this summer? DonorsChoose.org, Infosys Foundation USA, National Science Foundation (NSF), and Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) are here to help with a new matching program!
Creating a Professional Development Project for the Computer Science (CS) for All Community Giving Opportunity
Infosys Foundation USA, the National Science Foundation and Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) are proud to support teachers everywhere to bring greater access and inclusion in computer science education. This year, they’re helping 6th-12th grade public school teachers bring new computer science (CS) skills to their classrooms. Beginners in CS are welcome and encouraged to create projects for these programs! Be sure to get your principal support for these PD Programs; you’ll need their sign off once your project is fully funded to register for your program.Professional Development project requests for one of the computer science programs below will receive a match offer from Infosys Foundation USA, while funds last.
Qualifying CS professional development providers include
- Mobile CSP
- Exploring Computer Science with Code/Interactive
- Beauty and Joy of Computing
- UTeach Computer Science
Teachers who participate may also be eligible for a stipend from CSTA.
For complete details, requirements, and to create your project, please visit Creating a Professional Development Project for the Computer Science (CS) for All Community Giving Opportunity on DonorsChoose.org.