National Opportunity – U.S. Department of Education SEED Grant
UTeach and its research partner, American Institutes for Research, have received funding from the Department of Education to study the implementation and impact of the UTeach CS Principles curriculum on students and teachers. 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. Read the project details.
What is provided: Curriculum, support, and professional development are provided free of charge for current or future AP CS Principles teachers who plan to teach the course in fall 2020.
Who is eligible: Any high school teacher who has not previously used the UTeach CS Principles curriculum is eligible to participate.
Submit the interest form to participate in the SEED grant (a limited number of schools and districts will be selected)