CS Education Week 2019: K-12 Computer Science Competition

28 October, 2019

Are you ready to let your students shine? The Virginia Department of Education, The Science Museum of Virginia, and Code Virginia are hosting a competition open to all Virginia students during CS ED Week! We want to know about your K-12 students relationship to Computer Science in their neighborhood. We encourage students to address the […]

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Toshiba America Foundation: Call for Teacher Grant Applications

30 September, 2019

Wanted: Classroom Innovators! Toshiba America Foundation accepts applications from teachers who are passionate about making science and mathematics more engaging for their students. The foundation awards grants of up to $1,000 to K-5th grade (and above or below $5,000 to 6-12th grade) public or private nonprofit schools in support of hands-on science or math education projects. The […]

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Secretary Of Education Visits HCPS

9 May, 2019

HARRISONBURG — Virginia Secretary of Education Atif Qarni visited Harrisonburg High School on Wednesday to learn about the computer science program offered at the school. Qarni later visited Bluestone Elementary, stopping by classrooms and discussing student-centered instructional practices with teachers and the school’s leadership team. Computer science teachers Perry Shank and Jon Stapleton, along with Harrisonburg […]

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CS ED Week Launch “Just the Beginning”

6 December, 2018

Monday CodeVA kicked off Computer Science Education Week in the Commonwealth. The theme this year was “Mission Possible: Cybersecurity,” recognizing the information security industry. 206 Richmond Public School students were in attendance on Monday, along with Legislators, CEO’s, and representatives from other supportive organizations in the Commonwealth. To read more about the event please visit […]

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Virginia Governor Kicks Off Computer Science Education Week in Virginia

3 December, 2018

Proclaiming December 3–9, 2018 as Computer Science Education Week in Virginia, today the Governor of Virginia and administration officials to kick off a series of events designed to encourage students of all ages to get interested in computer science, and expand opportunities for computer science education in all parts of the Commonwealth. Computer Science Education […]

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RPS + CodeVA + MIT = Project GUTS

1 November, 2018

A Partnership Meant to Happen:  This past Summer a cohort of twelve Science teachers from 6 RPS Middle Schools embarked on a journey to Integrate CS into the Science Classroom. This journey is made possible through a collaboration between the MIT Scheller Teacher Education Program, CodeVA and Richmond Public Schools. RPS was selected as the second […]

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CodeVA Digital App MakerSpace:

Makerspaces are collaborative work spaces filled with tools – from high-tech to no-tech – often in schools or libraries where all are invited to make, learn, explore and share that uses high tech to no tech tools. Late this November, CodeVA turns its downtown location into an app makerspace for building, creating and developing digital […]

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