2020 NNERPP Year in Review
Kinder Institute for Urban Research - Rice University
In 2016, CPS enacted a high school computer science graduation requirement as a means to broaden participation in computer science. ECS is the primary course that supports enactment of this policy. With limited numbers of certified computer science teachers, CPS relied on teachers from a variety of disciplines to teach ECS. The ECS professional development program is designed to prepare teachers from all backgrounds to support student success in ECS. This study examines how the profile of ECS teachers changed and the impact of that change on teachers' experiences with ECS professional development.
McGee, Steven; Dettori, Lucia; Greenberg, Ronald I.; Rasmussen, Andrew M.; Reed, Dale F.; and Yanek, Don. Chicago Alliance For Equity in Computer Science. 2020 NNERPP Year in Review, , : 36, 2020. Retrieved from Loyola eCommons, Computer Science: Faculty Publications and Other Works,
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