Boise State University, in cooperation with local high schools, and the Idaho Technology Council (a state-wide organization of industry, research, educators, investors, and government) will develop and implement a comprehensive program to prepare approximately 30-40 high school teachers to teach AP CS Principles in regional high schools.
The ultimate goal is to significantly increase the number of teachers prepared to teach Computer Science to Idaho high school students impacting the secondary goal of expanding the CS pipeline by increasing the number of high school graduates motivated to pursue a CS degree and career.
An overview of the CS10K grant award can be found on the NSF site – “CS 10K: IDoCode: A Sustainable Model for Computer Science in Idaho High Schools.”
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