In the webinar, now available on-demand, EdWeek Assistant Editor Alyson Klein moderated a panel of experts in the field of K-12 computer science education. Representing Chicago Public Schools, Pritzker Tech Talent Labs Discovery Partners Institute, Code.org and Louden County Public Schools, the panelists shared their insights on this critical topic. All agreed:
- Start early: Introducing computer science lessons at the elementary school level sets students up for success in middle and high school.
- Make it widely available: Access is key to making computer science coursework accessible to all students, not just a select few.
To dive into these insights and more, watch the full webinar on-demand.
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