After CPS launched the CS4All initiative in 2013, several large urban districts have replicated a curriculum and model similar to Chicago's. In doing so, CPS became the first school district in the country to elevate computer science as a core requirement for high school, separate from math and science. Recognizing Chicago's success, the White House launched a national CS4All initiative earlier this month.
Read the full press release and related articles.
See President Obama's proposal for four billion in funding nationwide, and $100 million for some school districts, to provide Computer Science for All.
Read up on the history of CS4All and learn how schools like Lindblom are taking CS and using it as a catalyst for their students. Learn more about where we see CS4All's trajectory going and what others have to say about our initiative.
feature on CS4All and learn more about our initiative and our plans to make computer science available to all students in the district as well as a core requirement! Great highlights of obstacles and successes, as well as a few school features, provide insight as to how our initiative has been progressing.
Read our feature in CBS Chicago which talks about Ariel Elementary school using CS with their Kindergarten students. Learn about the initial impacts of the CS4All initiative!