Preparing young people for the jobs of tomorrowTechnology Education and Literacy in Schools (TEALS) pairs classroom teachers with technical volunteers to provide more high school students with quality computer science education.
Future readyEvery young person should have access to the digital skills necessary for the jobs of tomorrow.
Trailblazing a path for CS educationIn partnership with Code.org, Dallas ISD schools like Frederick Douglass are piloting computer science education in younger grades with the goal of bringing it to the rest of the elementary schools in the district in 2019.
Why digital skills?
From basic digital literacy to advanced computer science, digital skills are often out of reach for the young people who need them most. In a world being transformed by technology, all youth should have the opportunity to develop the creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills gained by learning computer science.