Organize: Broadening Participation in Computing State Summit Toolkit
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About This Toolkit: A brief explanation of the goals and contents of the toolkit and how it’s intended to be used; definitions for common terms used in the toolkit are also included.
Introduction: This section provides data and research-based information on broadening participation in computing and how hosting a state summit can help accomplish this essential goal.
Planning the State Summit: There are key decisions that will shape the summit, including: identifying goals, selecting a theme, identifying the audience, and selecting and preparing speakers.
Tools & Resources: Templates, Checklists & Additional Tips: Use these additional ready-made resources as needed to simplify the summit planning process.
- 2018 State of Computer Science Education: Policy and Implementation (PDF)
- A Longitudinal Analysis of Community College Pathways to Computer Science Bachelor’s Degrees (PDF)
- CSTA K-12 Computer Science Standards - Revised 2017 (PDF)
- Example Follow-up Communication (PDF)
- Example Pre-event Communication (PDF)
- Formats for Summits and Sessions within Summits (PDF)
- K12 Computer Science Framework (PDF)
- K-12 Computer Science Policy And Implementation in States (PDF)
- State Education Governance Structures: 2017 Update (PDF)
- State of the States Landscape Report: State-level Policies Supporting Equitable K-12 Computer Science Education (PDF)
- Student Perspectives of Community College Pathways to Computer Science Bachelor’s Degrees (PDF)