Bring UTeach AP CS Principles to your school or district.
We’re recruiting U.S. public schools and Computer Science (CS) teachers to participate in a U.S. Department of Education research project to broaden participation in and improve high school computer science learning. UTeach will provide curriculum and training to current or future AP CS Principles teachers free of charge. UTeach and its research partner, American Institutes for Research, will study the implementation and impact of the curriculum on students and teachers.
New TEA Computer Science Funding in Texas
New this spring – AP CS Principles now qualifies for weighted funding in Texas through the Career and Technology (CTE) allotment. Increased funding is available to build your CS program by providing access to AP Computer Science Principles and AP Computer Science A to more students, through teacher and student recruiting, followed by high-quality curriculum and support.