In the Media
A student’s zip code should not determine their chance at developing the skills needed for the jobs of tomorrow. I commend the SSDA and its partners for launching this ambitious initiative that will not only bolster teachers’ professional learning, but inspire and propel countless students into futures of innovation and opportunities."
State Superintendent of Public Instruction ~ Tony Thurmond.
CSforAll Medium, July 28, 2021: "Creating K-12 Computer Science Pathways in Rural California Schools"
EdSource, California Education News Updates, January 29, 2021: "Federal Grant Will Help Rural Schools in Northern California to Launch Computer Science Pathways"
SSDA press release, January 26, 2021