California Law expands K–12 computer science education

Earlier this week, the governor of California signed a bill into law that aligns with the White House’s Computer Science for All (CSforAll) initiative. Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 2329, initiating a three-year planning process to bring computer science curriculum to every grade in California’s public schools.

According to the bill, the state superintendent of public inspection must form a 23-member “computer science strategic implementation advisory panel” on or before Sept. 1 of next year. The advisory panel “will develop recommendations and strategies for the implementation of computer science education for K-12 students, especially those in underrepresented communities,” according to a news release.

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