For a high-level terms sheet outlining commitments by Code.org and Partner districts see this document. High Level Terms Sheet
Note: This program is currently for US public schools only.
If you are a private or international school, know that all of our curriculum and professional
development resources will be publicly available under a Creative Commons License.
For detailed partnership information, check out these resources:
We are currently in our pilot year for the 2014-2015 school year and evaluating expansion for the 2015-2016 school year. By filling out this form you will be added to our list of districts to contact for potential partnerships in the 2015-2016 school year. Completion does not mean guaranteed acceptance into our program as we have limited capacity. Our expansion for the 2015-2016 school year is focused on districts in regions where we have existing partnerships and new regions that can support at least 30 teachers in our high school program.
The Code.org Program consists of teacher professional development and three course packages that together represent a comprehensive approach to K-12 computer science education. A district partnership requires adoption of the High School computer science course package, while the Elementary and Middle School programs may be added independently. Learn more about Code.org's curriculum.
If you want to encourage your district to work with us, send this email to a district representative:
Code.org is a national non-profit organization bringing computer science to students in school districts nationwide. Their K-12 program consists of an innovative approach to professional development, curriculum, and promotional materials - all at no cost to the district. Please watch their video promoting computer science at http://code.org
Please consider contacting Code.org to bring the opportunity to learn computer science to all of our district's students. You can find information about Code.org's K-12 program at http://code.org/educate
Show these videos to school staff and parents.
Check out more videos, featuring Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Black Eyed Peas founder will.i.am and NBA star Chris Bosh talking about the importance of programming.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.