The Call for 2021 Commitments to Computer Science for ALL is Now Open

The 2021 CSforALL Commitments is Now Open!

Together it’s our job to drive action in the computer science space!

What’s a Commitment?

#CSforALL commitments are new, specific, and measurable actions aimed at advancing the goal of rigorous and inclusive computer science education for all US youth, and are designed to grow support and momentum for a sustainable K-12 computer science education system in and out of school.

Making a commitment gives organizations an opportunity to announce a new CS effort on a national stage which can be leveraged to bring new partners to the table, increase impact, and grow the footprint of engaged stakeholders.

For more information: www.summit.csforall.org/commitments

The 2021 Commitment Categories:

We welcome commitments from the community in the following five categories:

This year’s theme is “Change Happens with Partnerships in Places”.

  1. Raise Awareness
  2. Build Capacity
  3. Increase Equitable Access & Outcomes
  4. Racial Equity
  5. Pandemic Response

Where Do I Make a Commitment?

SUBMIT YOUR CSforALL COMMITMENT, HERE!

Early Bird Deadline for 2021 Commitments is July 30, 2021

CSforALL Commitments Explainer Animation

Looking for more information about making a CSforALL Commitment? Check out this short video to learn more!

CSforALL 2021 Summit in Memphis:

With the recent COVID vaccine announcement, “all adults across the nation can now get vaccinated”, we can start to see the light at the end of the tunnel of this pandemic. CSforALL is eager to engage and connect with the national CSforALL community again at the CSforALL Summit. In our latest public message around the CSforALL Summit, we rescheduled the 2020 Summit to October 2021.

As we plan for this year’s 2021 CSforALL Summit, we continue to put the health and safety of our attendees, partners, and staff as the number one priority. With that, and the CDC’s COVID health guidelines at the center of our decision, CSforALL, in the next coming months, will be taking a wait-and-see approach with deciding whether to schedule our event in-person or virtual.

To make this national decision, we need your personal and professional feedback. CSforALL has put together a brief pulse check survey, “2021 Summit In-Person Questionnaire”, that will help us evaluate the type of interest for our in-person CSforALL Summit event versus hybrid and/or virtual CSforALL Summit.

Please see a pre-event survey below. Deadline: Friday, May 28, 2021 EOD EDT

The 2020 CSforALL Commitments Showcase:

See all CSforALL 2020 Commitments, Commitments by State, Nationwide Commitments, International Commitments and Detailed Commitments

In 2020, CSforALL announced 165 new commitments to advance CS education by 127 organizations that are dedicated to making a difference!
Watch our 2020 CSforALL Commitments Showcase

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.