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Microsoft takes aim at Apple with new Surface Laptop

For the vast majority of its history, Microsoft has been a company synonymous with software. Microsoft finally broke into the computer-manufacturing world in 2012 with its Microsoft Surface tablets. Half a decade later, Microsoft has unveiled its first laptop, the Surface...

source: By Ross Lancaster
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As there is a national push for increased computer science literacy, many states are requiring high schools to offer courses in the subject, with some districts even making computer science a requirement for graduation. Some states are even requiring elementary and middle...

source: Education DIVE

A national association that represents computer science teachers is praising Indiana for expanding access to computer science and further implementing its use in K-12 classes. The Computer Science Teachers Association, along with the nonprofit Code.org, says Indiana has...

source: Inside Indiana Business

Only 45% of high schools in the U.S. teach computer science, and females and minority students are still underrepresented in these classes, according to a report by Code.org Advocacy Coalition, the Computer Science Teachers Association and the Expanding Computing Education...

source: U.S. News & World Report

Tesla is donating $1 million to the state of Nevada to support computer science education initiatives in the coming years. Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak announced the investment on Sept. 12 in Las Vegas at CSEdCon, an international computer science education conference hosted...

source: Northern Nevada Business View

Applications to present at CSTA's 2020 Annual Conference will be closing on Sept. 29. Whether you're a first-time or seasoned presenter, we're looking for submissions for three-hour workshops, one-hour sessions, 20-minute mini-sessions or one-hour "Birds of a Feather" discussions....

source: CSTA

The Arkansas Department of Education has expanded its stipend program for computer science teachers, Gov. Asa Hutchinson announced to support further development of computer science programs for high school students and help address the shortage of STEM teachers.

source: EdScoop


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