Code.org is selecting organizations to become Professional Learning Partners. These partners will help support and prepare local teachers to bring computer science to their classrooms in a sustainable fashion. The goal of the Professional Learning Partner program is to help each organization establish itself as a local leader in the Code.org professional learning community, with an expectation that in the long-run each partner organization can sustain this work independently of Code.org.
The ideal Professional Learning Partner is a regional education unit, a non-profit, or a university with existing, positive relationships with nearby school districts and the local education community.
Over 120 school districts across the country use Code.org’s curriculum to teach almost 10% of all U.S. students, and almost 15% of the nation's Hispanic and African American students. Your district or school can work with code.org and our partners to bring full computer science courses to every student.
Check here to see if you have a Code.org Professional Learning Partner in your area. If there is a Professional Learning Partner in your area, and you are not already connected, please fill out the interest form below. If there is not a Professional Learning Partner in your area, please fill out the interest form and help us recruit by suggesting a good fit for your region!
Code.org is looking for individuals, organizations, and educational non-profits to help with translations, promoting the Hour of Code, and advocating for computer science education in your country. Sign up to be an international partner to see how you can make computer science available to students around the world.