CE21-Maryland Planning

The original CE21 – Maryland planning project (NSF award #CNS-1160624) involves two major activities:  (1) conducting a baseline needs assessment of the state of high school computing in Maryland and (2) organizing and evaluating the impact of a series of community-building efforts, culminating in a day-long leadership summit for educators and administrators from across the state.

The results of our initial teacher survey are available in the Mini-Summit brought together around 50 Maryland educators, administrators, and industry professionals to discuss the state of high school CS education in Maryland. Additionally, 125 individuals interested in the state of computer science education in Maryland attended our CE21 Maryland Spring 2013 Summit. We are tentatively planning another statewide summit for Winter or Spring 2015.