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CSNYC 2016 Annual Report

Thursday, January 19, 2017

CSNYC had an incredible first three years. We invite you to review our 2016 Annual Report to learn more about our work to bring computer science to every student in New York City public schools.

With the launch of the Computer Science for All (CS4All) initiative in September 2015, we embarked on a 10-year partnership with the City of New York to enable nearly 5,000 teachers to teach computer science. Now in its first year of implementation, CS4All is reaching 250 elementary, middle and high schools — 15 percent of all city schools.

In September 2016, we responded to the White House's call for the national expansion of K-12 computer science education by launching the CSforAll Consortium. The Consortium will track the impact of CSforAll initiatives across the country, build a community for its 300+ members, and provide resources and guidance for new initiatives.

CSNYC develops programming in four areas that are central to building thriving ecosystems for CS education in NYC and nationwide: community development, teacher pipelines, industry engagement, and research.