Computer Science Standards and Model Curriculum

On March 23, 2018, Substitute House Bill 170 went into effect requiring the development of learning standards and model curriculum for computer science. These standards and model curriculum are expected to be adopted by the State Board of Education by Dec. 31, 2018. 

Computer science is defined in legislation as logical reasoning, computing systems, networks and the internet, data and analysis, algorithms and programming, impacts of computing, and structured problem-solving skills applicable in many contexts from science and engineering to the humanities and business.


Share your feedback on the draft Computer Science
Standards and Model Curriculum

The public is invited to review and provide feedback on the draft Computer Science Standards and Model Curriculum.  A glossary of terms is available to be used while reviewing the draft standards.

Access the survey and provide your feedback on the draft standards and model curriculum. The public review will close at the end of business on Monday, August 13th.

Last Modified: 7/19/2018 2:13:22 PM