How To Apply
Applications are open to any rural school district in Missouri currently interested in developing a computer science program.
Districts will need to offer a course during the school day in 2018-2019. The district is also required to have a teacher able to do professional development over the summer.
Note: You need support from at least 1 district administrator and 1 high school teacher for the CodeHS program.
District applicants should complete the online application form here. Applications will be accepted no later than 11:59 p.m. Pacific Standard Time (PST) on December 6, 2017.
CodeHS is launching Code Missouri, an initiative to expand high-quality computer science programs across Missouri with a focus on rural school districts. Coding is a foundational skill and all students should be able to take computer science courses at their local schools, regardless of their area code. CodeHS is providing full implementation, professional development, curriculum, and Pro accounts to 15 Missouri school districts for free for the next year.
15 rural Missouri school districts will get a full CodeHS computer science implementation for the 2018-2019 school year including:
Free 6-12th grade computer science curriculum pathway
Free professional development training for teachers
Free CodeHS Pro accounts for the district
District computer science implementation support
Community of other rural CS teachers
All applications are due by December 6, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. PST.
Download more information about CodeHS and Code Missouri here to share with your school district.
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- The CodeHS Team