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EdWeek - Teachers Need PD on Artificial Intelligence. What It Should Look Like
EdSurge - Educators Team Up to Respond to Sudden Rise of ChatGPT
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EdWeek - Education and Tech Heavy Hitters Launch AI Learning Initiative
District Administration - Can AI be used safely in education? Yes, but we need new guidelines
PR Newswire - Education and Tech Leaders Come Together to Offer Guidance on Integrating AI Safely into Classrooms Worldwide
Axios - Code.org leads TeachAI push
GeekWire - Code.org helping launch TeachAI to guide integration of artificial intelligence in education
GeekWire - Code.org CEO on the nonprofit’s first 10 years, and the impact of AI on teaching computer science
Arab News - UAE, Code.org sign deal to boost computer science education
EdWeek - Four Countries Want Students to Help Their Schools Fight Cyber Threats
KFOR - Mayfield Middle School wins $10K from Code.org for computer science education
WBAL - Code.org helps to close Baltimore's computer science gap
KLKN - Hour of Code gives kids firsthand experience with advanced technology
1011 Now - Hour of Code back in person
Jordan Media Center - Queen Rania Takes a Look at ‘Road2Code’ Program as part of ‘Hour of Code’ Global Activities
EdSurge - Computer Science is Growing in K-12 Schools, But Access Doesn’t Equal Participation
EdWeek - Computer Science Education Is Gaining Momentum. But Some Say Not Fast Enough.
The White House - White House announces commitments to inspire, prepare, and employ the space workforce
K-12 Dive - Governors commit to computer science, but accountability questions persist
Reuters - U.S. governors vow to boost computer science education at schools after business push
Bloomberg Technology - Meta, Microsoft CEOs Double Tap on Computer Science Education
CNBC - Code.org and Etsy CEOs: Other countries make computer science a priority and the U.S. is falling behind
EdSurge - Business Leaders Say Computer Science Needs to Be A Core Subject
EdWeek - Major American companies to schools: Expand access to computer science
Bloomberg - Delta, Amazon, Wells Fargo Join Effort to Push for More US Computer Education
Royal House - The Princess of Asturias and Girona and the Infanta SofÍa attend a coding workshop given by Code.org CEO Hadi Partovi
Code.org - Computer science degrees for women and other underrepresented groups continue to increase, but representation is still unbalanced
Hola! - Queen Letizia of Spain dances choreography with a group of students
GeekWire - Code.org bands together with Coldplay to get kids dancing and coding via #codeplay contest
KTLO - Arkansas becomes newest Code.org regional training partner
EdSurge - More Than Half of High Schools Offer Computer Science, But Access Isn’t Equal
EdWeek - More Than Half of High Schools Now Offer Computer Science, But Inequities Persist
GeekWire - ‘Our country is in a cyberwar’: Inside the White House summit with Hadi Partovi of Code.org
The Washington Post - Biden tells top CEOs at White House summit to step up on cybersecurity
The White House - FACT SHEET: Biden Administration and Private Sector Leaders Announce Ambitious Initiatives to Bolster the Nation’s Cybersecurity
TechCrunch - No-code is code
The Hechinger Report - Foreign tech workers are getting fed up. Can better education for U.S. students fill the gap?
Geekwire - Microsoft donates $7.5M to Code.org to help students learn about AI concepts and ethics
District Administration - 9 ways to expand computer science equity in high school
EdSurge - Coding Can Be a Gift to Struggling Students. Let’s Give It to Them.
EdScoop - U. of California now allows high-school computer science as core curriculum credit
Education Dive - 33 states adopted 57 computer science ed policies since 2018
KTVN - Governor Sisolak Announces $1 Million Grant for Computer Science Education in Nevada
US News - States Boost Computer Science Education Efforts
CBS 60 Minutes - Closing the gender gap in the tech industry
New York Times - Hadi Partovi Was Raised in a Revolution. Today He Teaches Kids to Code.
5/2/2023 - Code.org announces AI-specific curriculum and teacher training, plus AI-enhanced learning platform
5/2/2023 - Education and Tech Leaders Come Together to Offer Guidance on Integrating AI Safely into Classrooms Worldwide
4/10/2023 - Code.org launches 'How Not to Get Hacked' video series as part of Cyber Challenge
2/7/2023 - Take the #CyberChallenge in April: Join this international cybersecurity initiative
1/17/2023 - I'm a maker! Bring computer science to life with physical computing
1/10/2023 - Teach computer science: Apply for the Code.org Professional Learning Program
12/7/2022 - Congratulations to the winners of the CS Leaders Prize!
11/14/2022 - Million Girls Moonshot and Code.org team up for Hour of Code
11/9/2022 - Hour of Code 2022: New activities + new songs in Dance Party
10/11/2022 - Hour of Code 2022: Explore, play, create!
10/11/2022 - Code.org is giving away $1M to U.S. schools to expand computer science
9/21/2022 - 2022 State of CS Report: The U.S. progresses as a new policy makes waves
6/20/2022 - Supporting our Black Employees, Students, and Teachers: June 2022 Update
5/23/2022 - Code.org AP CSA curriculum is a hit with teachers and students
5/13/2022 - New AP CSA professional learning from Code.org
4/26/2022 - Superstars from education and tech join Code.org's board of directors
4/22/2022 - Code.org partners with Dreamworks Animation's "The Bad Guys"
3/18/2022 - 10 Code.org teachers honored by the White House
2/18/2022 - Coldplay and Code.org partner to promote computer science education around the world
2/15/2022 - Cameron Wilson named president of Code.org
2/1/2022 - National Governors Association announces initiative to expand computer science opportunities
1/25/2022 - CS Journeys is back with virtual field trips, class chats, and more
1/17/2022 - Supporting our Black Employees, Students, and Teachers: January 2022 Update
1/13/2022 - Expanded self-paced online professional learning options are now available
1/10/2022 - Hour of Code 2021: More than 85K events across 164 countries!
12/6/2021 - Hour of Code 2021 is here: Celebrate #CSEverywhere!
11/16/2021 - Announcing Code.org’s newest curriculum, CS Connections, plus this year’s Hour of Code activities
11/11/2021 - Bid to benefit Code.org: Ashton Kutcher, Marc Benioff, Mark Cuban, Ellen Pao, and more voice support for computer science education
11/3/2021 - 2021 State of CS report shows half of U.S. high schools offer CS, but disparities still exist
10/14/2021 - #CSEverywhere: Celebrate the impacts of CS during this year’s Hour of Code
9/29/2021 - Former Spanish presidents unite in support of computer science
9/7/2021 - New CS Journeys program helps students explore CS beyond the classroom
9/3/2021 - Calling on Biden and Congress: Fund computer science in schools
8/25/2021 - Code.org commits to teaching cybersecurity concepts to 3 million students
7/20/2021 - These teens started learning on Code.org and just sold their first startup
7/13/2021 - Code.org curriculum now teaches AI to every student!
5/21/2021 - Code.org signs licensing agreement with WhiteHat Jr
2/24/2021 - Amazon, Code.org plan new curriculum for breakthrough in computer science diversity
12/15/2020 - Young women set records in computer science exams, again!
10/14/20 - 2020 State of CS report shows less than half of U.S. schools teach CS
6/3/20 - Supporting our Black employees, partners, teachers, and students
5/11/20 - Women computer science graduates finally surpass record set 17 years ago, but percentages lag behind
4/14/20 - CS helps students outperform in school, college, and workplace
12/9/19 - A whole new Hour of Code, and a big milestone!
11/13/19 - Fifty Nifty: Every state has adopted K-12 CS policy!
11/5/19 - 100 new Hour of Code tutorials are here!
10/28/19 - Why every student should study computer science
10/15/19 - This Hour of Code is about #CSforGood. Learn CS, change the world.
10/14/19 - Computer Science and PISA 2021
10/1/2019 - U.S. announces computer science funding recipients
9/12/2019 - Celebrating 100,000 new computer science teachers!
9/11/2019 - Young women set record as CS gender gap continues to shrink
6/10/2019 - Code.org CEO: Maintain Computer Science Momentum
6/5/2019 - Alabama adopts all 9 Code.org Advocacy Coalition policies
5/1/2019 - Leader Spotlight: with Robert Runcie & Hadi Partovi
3/11/2019 - Introducing the new accessible CS Principles curriculum
2/14/2019 - KIPP Schools unanimously choose Code.org courses for computer science
2/4/2019 - US Dept of Education Prioritizes Computer Science Funding
1/11/2019 - The global reach of the Hour of Code
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