Dec 02, 2015

Petition · Make Computer Science count in California #CSinCA #MakeCSCount · Change.org

In California, unlike most states, computer science is only an elective. This discourages students from taking it and schools from teaching it. California ought to be a leader in computer science.  Make CS count in California and let all our kids have access to this foundational field. While most of America has already made this change, California doesn’t count CS toward graduation or college...

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