November 15, 2022
News & Updates about Computer Science in Alaska's PK-12 Schools
Our Vision: Sequential and Sustainable Computer Science (CS) Instruction in Alaska’s Pk-12 Public School System and Pathways to Technology Employment in Alaska’s Workforce
News and Updates:
  • Fall/winter 2022 Workshop Applications Now Open!
  • The Computer Science Fundamentals course designed for K-5 Elementary Educators
  • Professional learning workshops at no cost to you
  • One optional credit is available
  • Register today!

  • Pre-RTI/MTSS - Free K-5 Workshop
  • In-person - January 27th in Anchorage, the day before RTI
  • Register Today!

  • Pre-ASTE - Free CS Lunch and Learn
  • Attending ASTE? Join us a day early, February 17th for a FREE Computer Science Fundamentals K-5 Workshop
  • Lunch and Free Curriculum Provided
  • Register today
Expand computer science at your school,
win $10,000

Submissions Due November 21!
To help more students access computer science (CS), especially students from underserved communities, is partnering with DonorsChoose to award $1 million to U.S. schools — that’s right, a MILLION dollars. This CS Education Week, one middle and high school in every U.S. state and D.C. will be awarded the CS Leaders Prize of $10,000 to help establish computer science education for their students.

Enter your submission before November 21, 2022 
Celebrate International Computer Science
Education Week with an Hour of Code

December 5-11
Join the movement and introduce your students to computer science!

Students today should learn how to create technology, not just use it. Trying an Hour of Code is a simple and fun way to introduce students to computer science, perhaps for the very first time!

Find an activity that fits your setting, whether in-class or after-school, in-person or virtual.

Click the link below to find resources and promotional materials to plan your school's hour of code!


You don’t have to be a software developer to teach computer science. More than one million teachers have brought CS to their students using We make it easy, no matter your background.
Contact Alaska Program Manager Cheryl Bobo with program questions
Join Alaska's Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) chapter! Open to all AK teachers.To join, sign up for your free CSTA membership and choose the 'Top of the World' chapter. Educators across Alaska, making CS Fundamental!
Teaching CS Resources - An ever growing resource doc for Alaskan educators to learn about curriculum and instructional ideas for teaching computer science:
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