Computer Science Education Week

Computer Science Education Week


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Computer Science Education Week, December 7-13, 2020, recognizes the transformative role of computing

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“I speak to you from my state's perspective (Minnesota - last in the nation) in hopes that others will find themselves reflected in some of our struggles and be called to action.”

Read Alexandra Holter’s piece on public policy now:

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That's a wrap on 2022! We hope you'll continue to use the CS Hero resources and other resources found on the CSEdWeek website year-round! Mark your calendars for next week's CSEdWeek!

CSEdWeek: Celebrating Progress 12/10/2022

For our Celebrating Progress video, we asked teachers and students to fill in this prompt: “I used to think CS…, but now….” Watch our video below and then drop your answer to the prompt in the comments:

CSEdWeek: Celebrating Progress For CSEdWeek 2022, our theme was celebrating progress. Listen to how students and teachers have modified what they think about computer science.

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“Don't compare yourself to others- learning isn't linear! When I was first introduced to programming, it was through a week of code in 5th grade. I saw how quickly my peers understood the lessons and I gave up. I never touched it again until a teacher at my high school encouraged me to take AP Computer Science Principles (15 years old). Although I had to put a lot of work in, I never felt more proud when I made it through those harder classes! Education is not about the grade you get, but the learning you do!”

Meet CS Hero Sara-Marie Riyad:

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“I would tell my 13-year-old self that it’s important to stay consistent with your learnings, and to stay motivated throughout your CS explorations. There will be times where you will think, "maybe I don't belong," or "I'm just not smart enough," but trust me, you do belong and you are 100% capable of achieving success in the CS world.”

Meet CS Hero Daisy Murillo:

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“If I were to talk to my 9 year old self who was just learning how to code NXT Robots, I would tell her that the journey ahead of her is going to be extremely rigorous. Not only will she learn to be confident, responsible, and trust her own intuition, but also how to solve difficult problems, approach vagueness with specificity, and create her own initiatives. I would advise her to remain resilient and trust the process because she has a lot to learn but she’s just getting started.”

Learn more about CS Hero Medha Gupta:

CSEdWeek 2022 Kick-Off Panel 12/06/2022

Did you miss yesterday's kick-off panel with our CS Heroes, moderated by Dr. Abigail Joseph? You can watch it on-demand here:

CSEdWeek 2022 Kick-Off Panel Join us as we celebrate the start of CSEdWeek! As we aim to celebrate our progress, we’ll hear from a select panel of the 2022 CS Heroes about their own prog...


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“If I could speak with my younger self (age 9), I would urge myself to spend more time looking into learning how to create really cool games as well as spending more time developing my programming skills. I would inspire him to see how learning to program at this age will lead to an extraordinary life that is going to blow his mind while opening doors to opportunities that he NEVER imagined possible for him. I would also share with him that this is a pathway that can potentially impact millions of young people's lives for generations to come.”

Learn more about CS Hero Ian Michael Brock :

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“Computer Science can be extremely challenging at times and discourage you. However, it is highly rewarding and there was never an obstacle you couldn’t face. With the right amount of patience and a healthy mindset, a lot of things you never thought would be possible came to be!”

Learn more about CS Hero Kayla Saniya Fortson:

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TODAY: Join us for the Kick-off Panel at 1 p.m. ET. Don't miss out on a discussion with CS heroes Okezue Bell, Yim Register, Kayla Saniya Fortson, and Daisy Murillo, moderated by Dr. Abigail Joseph. RSVP:

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"Engineers are more than just people who work on trains. Don't forget that you can do anything -- even when it seems hard, even when it seems impossible, even when you feel like you don't belong. Always tune in to what lights you up, sparks your joy, and makes you smile. You might not be the 'smartest' person in the room but you can be the kindest."

Learn more about CS Hero Yim Register:

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“Cherish the ability to be self-educated because technology will always be innovating and one must be willing to learn new coding languages or programs to be efficient and relevant. Be willing to think of new opportunities for technology to be used to make a task more accessible or useful, create what's needed in the world and pursue that curiosity!”

Learn more about CS Hero Marlena Myles:

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“Finding a community not only makes fields like coding fun, but it allows you to gain perspectives and insights that increase your creativity when using the tools in CS. Connecting with thousands of youth, scientists, and coders of color around the globe has been an invaluable experience for me. It's enabled me to dream big, develop useful solutions in my local and global community, and expand my circle of competence.”

Meet CS Hero Okezue Bell:

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“There is no rush to get to where you want to be. I have unique experiences and challenges as a Navajo student moving through the world. Science, Technology, and Society allowed me to dig into the dynamics that surround technology from a Navajo perspective and allowed me to understand my journey in depth and to help others navigate higher education.”

Learn more about CS Hero Corey Ashley:

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“I would tell my 21 year old self to not listen to my ex-boyfriend, who told me computer science is 'too hard' for women because one day I will graduate at the top of my class and end up getting a PhD in the field. I would tell my teenage self to not be afraid of pursuing my passion for STEM because I was afraid I don't 'look' like a scientist. Skirts, dresses, and the color pink do not impede my ability to write great code!”

Learn more about CS Hero Naba Rizvi:

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One week from today: Join us as we celebrate the start of CSEdWeek! As we aim to celebrate our progress, we’ll hear from a select panel of the 2022 CS Heroes about their own progress, and celebrate community milestones in CS Education. RSVP:


We've created some incredible classroom resources for . Meet this year's CS Heroes at

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This , is awarding $10,000 to one high school and one middle school in all fifty states + D.C. to assist districts with establishing a computer science pathway. Check out eligibility requirements at

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One week from today, the Computer Science Teachers Association will be hosting a Preview event. Join them to hear an overview of all of the resources that have been created for this year's CSEdWeek. You'll be able to spend time in breakouts with fellow teachers planning how you can use the CSEdWeek resources in your classroom! Register:

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Are you doing something cool for that you want to share with the broader CS Education community? We'd love to showcase it! Apply to host a CSEdWeek social media takeover:

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We're showcasing progress in CS ed through a video highlighting individual stories. Submit a video clip no longer than 30 seconds completing the following prompt: "I used to think CS ______, but now ______." by Nov. 3. Submit:


Thanks so much to everyone who joined us for this year's CSEdWeek! All programming from this year's celebration is available at and we encourage you to use these resources year round!

We'll see you next year!


As we close out , we want to thank all of the CS teachers. Thank you for inspiring your students!

Watch this video for a special thank you.


Don't miss out on today's events from the Computer Science Teachers Association and the Kapor Center! Head to to register!


Did you know you can purchase this year's posters for your classroom? Visit the CSTA store and select the CSTA posters tab:


Join the CSforALL team and state and local leaders for a session where we highlight meaningful anecdotes and success stories from across our nationwide SCRIPT network! Register for the Dec. 9 event:

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What is CSEdWeek?

Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek) is an annual program dedicated to inspiring K-12 students to take interest in computer science.

Originally conceived by the Computing in the Core coalition,® organizes CSEdWeek as a grassroots campaign supported by 350 partners and 100,000 educators worldwide.

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