The Faculty and Staff at CE21-Maryland are collectively responsible for a wide range of projects that aim to improve education and learning in computer science.

CS Matters in Maryland is a collaborated effort that will develop and evaluate professional development activities focused on increasing the expertise of Maryland high school teachers for teaching computer science.

The ACTIVE Center is a dynamic “laptop laboratory” environment that will support curricular innovations in multiple computing courses and will serve as an incubator to explore possibilities for broad redesign of the computing curriculum.

The TUES project synthesizes elements from various computing and engineering courses to create an innovative course for freshmen computer science and information systems majors.

The CE21-Maryland Planning project involves conducting a baseline needs assessment of the state of high school computing in Maryland and organizing and evaluating the impact of a series of community-building efforts.