November 26, 2018

UW joins national movement calling for K-12 computer science education to be accessible

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A program led by the University of Washington and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, calls for K-12 computing curriculum to be more accessible and bring computer science (CS) education to all K-12 students. The program, AccessCSforAll, is also partnering with a consortium of computer science K-12 educators. More than 100 organizations have signed the pledge, which addresses the educational gap and barriers to computer science education for students with disabilities.