New Community-Led Education Initiative Aims to Increase Computer Science Learning Opportunities to Reach 2.5 Million Students

CSforALL launches a new program, the Accelerator, and the first national cohort that is comprised of six communities

“CSforALL is energized by the launch of the Accelerator Program and the first locally-driven cohort that will drive sustainable CS education for our nation’s youth,” Bernell Murray, Project Director, Accelerator Program, CSforALL. “We’re planning to continue creating innovative cohorts across the nation to increase CS education opportunities that reach 2.5 million students by 5 years.”

CSforALL Accelerator’s 2022 Cohort

“Community-based strategies that guide and inform efforts to remove barriers to STEM education are more vital than ever before,” said Kalisha Davis, CS Equity Curriculum Project Director, Kapor Center. “Kapor Center is pleased to partner with CSforALL’s Accelerator Cohort in Detroit to ensure that the needs and perspectives of historically marginalized communities are better represented in CS Ed and that high quality learning experiences are an achievable and sustainable goal.”

“To continue advancing accessible and effective computer science and maker education for K-12 students, we must build local ecosystems within communities to ensure that all students, especially underrepresented students are reached,” said Kate Maloney, Executive Director, Infosys Foundation USA. “We look forward to supporting the community of Duluth, MN, as they join a new Cohort from the CSforALL Accelerator.”

“Crusoe is passionate about enabling the future of computing led innovations and empowering our local communities, which starts with our education system.” said Chase Lochmiller, CEO and Co-Founder, Crusoe Energy. “As a Denver based company, we’re thrilled to help bring the CSforALL Accelerator program to the Denver Public School system to advance sustainable and equitable implementation of CS education.”



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The national hub for the Computer Science for All movement, making high-quality computer science education an integral part of K-12 education in the US.