UTeach Computer Science

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School Closures and Remote Learning? We're Here to Help

The UTeach CS team understands the challenges teachers are facing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as many schools are closing or moving to remote learning environments. Our focus at UTeach is to continue to support CS educators and help their students achieve their goals in AP Computer Science Principles, whether in the classroom or online. Current UTeach teachers can access support through on-demand coaching, just-in-time webinars, and our online professional learning community. Questions or suggestions? Reach out to us at support@uteachcs.zendesk.com.

Limited funded spaces remain for new CS Principles teachers!

CS Principles SEED Study


UTeach Computer Science is...

  • Classroom-ready curriculum and comprehensive teacher materials that rely on flexible delivery models that are easy for teachers to use in a variety of high school classroom and school settings.
  • Intended to be implemented by teachers with a variety of content backgrounds and levels of expertise through professional learning workshops and ongoing support throughout the school year.
  • Designed to be taught using the Buck Institute for Education's project-based approach to engage young women and students from historically underrepresented groups in computing.
  • Fully aligned with both the spirit and letter of the College Board’s AP® Computer Science Principles Framework and endorsed by the College Board.

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Teachers have partnered with UTeach Computer Science across 37 states.

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