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    The New York City Foundation for Computer Science Education (CSNYC) is a nonprofit organization launched in 2013 to ensure that all children in the local public schools have access to computer science education that will put them on a pathway to academic success and a 21st century career.

Providing young people with computer science education will ensure that New York City and the nation will compete and thrive in the global marketplace.

Support for Commuter Science Programs

CSNYC provides seed and early-stage funding for computer science and software engineering programs, for curriculum development and for teacher training. Funding also includes research and program evaluation of these efforts.
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Research and Evaluation

To inform the growth of NYC school-based computer science and software engineering programs, CSNYC’s research and evaluation work aims to understand which programs are most effective in teaching students computer science.
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Sunday: Join 39 CS Folk at “NYC Scratch Educator Meetup – April 2014 Edition”

Meetup     Sunday NYC Scratch Educator Meetup – April 2014 Edition CSNYC Education Meetup Sunday, April 27, 201410:00 AM Center for Social Innovation 601 West 26th Street, Suite 325 New York, NY Are you going? 39 CS Folk going, including: Nitya Narasimhan “Technologist with mobile/web R&D expertise. Interested in

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