Bring CS to your high school
The Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS program pairs classroom teachers with technical volunteers to team-teach computer science education.
Guide to Inclusive CS Education
Partnering with NCWIT, CSForALL, CSTA, Code.org, and the TEALS program, this guide provides inclusive CS education to students of all backgrounds and abilities.
CS Professional Development Guide
Find out how you can build school counselor, teacher, and administrator capacity to support equitable computer science education—and help all students become future ready.
Club Technology: Planning Guide
Boys & Girls Clubs of America helps individual clubs gauge their readiness to introduce computer science and STEM activities, including an assessment tool to evaluate your tech plan, and resources to improve benchmarks.
National Center for Women and Information Technology
NCWIT provides free resources to support computer science reforms — K-12, postsecondary, industry — that are attractive, easy-to-use, and available in both electronic and print formats.
Bring CS to your district
Code.org has partnered with more than 120 School districts and 700,000 teachers use our platform. The Code.org network of partners across the U.S. can help you bring CS to your school or district.
District CS Implementation examples
Code.org shares key examples from large urban as well as rural school districts on how they implemented CS in their schools. Includes key takeaways and actionable guidance for those wanting to implement CS education.