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 were adopted by the State Board of Education in December 2018.
In order to provide time for front matter and additional supporting materials to be created, the computer science standards and supporting materials are scheduled to be released to the public in Spring 2019. The expectation is for Ohio’s learning standards and model curriculum for computer science to be operational in 2019-2020.
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.
Last Modified: 1/17/2019 10:31:08 AM