The National Computer Science for All Movement Strengthens in Its Fifth Year of Commitments; CSforALL Community Announces 191 Commitments From 115 Organizations

We’re thrilled to announce the 2021 CSforALL Commitments
  • 73 commitments from 60 organizations, including Tableau, Wix Education, Kiss Institute for Practical Robotics, and, center on increasing equitable access and outcomes for computer science learners.
  • 70 commitments from organizations like EIE, Museum of Science, Game Changineer, and NCWIT pledged to raise awareness across underrepresented minority groups, women and girls, and within rural communities.
  • 14 college and university programs, including the University of Nebraska-Lincoln School of Computing and UCLA CS Equity Project; nine school districts, including Juab School District in Utah, and Riverside Unified School District in California; five local/regional education agencies, including the Hawaii State Department of Education and Sacramento County Office of Education; and five individual schools committed to increasing equitable access, building capacity and awareness, and racial equity.
  • 7 industry and corporate partners, including Microsoft Philanthropies’ TEALS program, SAS, and Schenker Consulting Group, will work with schools and districts to develop computer science programs and curricula, impacting more than one million students across the U.S.
  • 14 commitments focused on family engagement and pre-service teacher preparation, which will create an ecosystem of support for computer science learners.
  • CS is Elementary, in collaboration with its 40 state partners and schools and districts, shared commitments for all 50 states and Washington D.C. to seek First Mover CS is Elementary computer science goals–which include reach and hours of instruction–from at least 1,000 elementary schools, serving more than 500,000 students.
  • The CPB-PBS Ready To Learn Initiative, in partnership with the University of Florida’s Creative Technology Research Lab, will reach 13 million families nationwide by September 2025 by sharing Universal Design for Learning (UDL) content production guidelines with creators and educators.
  • Dr. Marvin D. Carr, Director, Center for Racial Equity at Walmart Foundation
  • Mark Cuban, Entrepreneur, Investor, Author, Television Personality, and Philanthropist
  • Martha Dalton, Education Reporter, 90.1 WABE
  • Meka Egwuekwe, Executive Director, Code Crew
  • Katy Knight, Executive Director, President, Siegel Family Endowment
  • Saskia Leggett, Education Programs Lead, Wix Education
  • Anna Lytical, Coding Drag Queen, Google
  • Kate Maloney, ​​Executive Director, Infosys Foundation USA
  • Carrie Anne Philbin MBE, Director of Educator Support, Raspberry Pi Foundation
  • Allison Scott, CEO, Kapor
  • Arana Shapiro, Managing Director and Chief Learning Officer, Games for Change
  • Anupama Shekhar, ​​Director, Equitable Computer Science, Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS
  • Bukola Somide, Founder/CEO Innovant Technologies LLC
  • Ron Summers, Executive Director, CS Education at NYC Department of Education




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