CSforALL Summit Coming to Memphis

From October 13-15, CSforALL will partner with CodeCrew to bring the 2020 CSforALL Summit to Memphis. Over these three days, the national K-12 computer science education community will come together for three days of thought leadership, strategies for equity, and meaningful engagements. 

CSforALL is a central resource for individuals and organizations interested in K-12 computer science (CS) education. They connect providers, schools and districts, funder, and researchers working toward the goal of providing quality CS education to every child in the United States. 

The annual CSforALL Summit is the flagship community event for computer science education in the US. 

“The goal of this year’s summit is to create opportunities to highlight organizations and initiatives that focus on bringing CS education access to underserved youth,” said Camie Belgrave CSforALL. “In Memphis, our expectation is to raise awareness and drive action with key decision-makers to impact not only local change but cross state borderlines including, Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi etc.”

To learn more about this event, visit the full announcement page here.

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