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Media

1.15.16
PRESS RELEASE:
CSTA Accepting Nominations for Administrator Impact Award

Today the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) announced it will be accepting nominations for its annual Administrator Impact Award.

12.11.15
PRESS RELEASE:
CSTA Announces Winners of Faces of Computing Competition

Today, the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) announced the winners of its annual video competition Faces of Computing.

12.04.15
PRESS RELEASE:
Arkansas to Develop First-of-its-Kind K-8 Computer Science Standards

With the growth and opportunity being experienced in computing and technology jobs in Arkansas, and the country, the Natural State recently took a major step to helping students be prepared to fill these jobs by becoming the first state to require every public high school, traditional or charter, to offer computer science courses. Now Arkansas is going one step further to develop the state's own first-of-its-kind K-8 computer science standards.

10.29.15
PRESS RELEASE:
Computer Science Teachers Association to launch NSA Day of Cyber LifeJourney Program

NSA Day of Cyber provides 21,000 Computer Science Teachers a powerful tool to connect Computer Science to the nation's fastest growing STEM Career Pathway

07.14.15
PRESS RELEASE:
CSTA Announces Winners of Administrator Impact Award and Advocate of the Year

The Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) announced today that Dr. Betsy Hargrove, Superintendent of the Avondale Elementary School District (AZ), won the organization's second annual Administrator Impact Award. Also announced was the winner of the annual award for Advocate of the Year—CSTA Arkansas President Carl Frank.

07.13.15
PRESS RELEASE:
CSTA Publishes New CS Assessment Study

A new study released today by the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) finds there is a dearth of valid and reliable assessments available to teachers for measuring student learning in computer science (CS) education.

06.22.15
PRESS RELEASE:
CSTA Announces New Leadership Team

Today, the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA), the membership organization that supports and promotes the teaching of computer science, announced its new executive leadership team.

01.06.15
PRESS RELEASE:
Access to and Understanding of Computer Science Education are Issues in US High Schools

A new survey released today by CSTA, in collaboration with Oracle Academy, finds that while interest in computer science is on the rise, there are still issues with access to and understanding of CS education in high schools.

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