State Committee on Computer Science

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State Committee on Computer Science Releases Final Report

Ten Recommendations to Make Ohio a National Leader
in Computer Science Education and Workforce Pipeline

(COLUMBUS, Ohio) — The State Committee on Computer Science, created in HB 110 – the most recent state budget, has released its final report outlining 10 recommendations that, if implemented, would help make Ohio a national leader in computer science (CS) education and workforce pipeline.


The State Committee on Computer Science was established by House Bill 110, the most recent state operating budget, to begin the work of developing a state plan for computer science education for the purposes of primary and secondary education.
 
The committee is charged with making recommendations that, if implemented, would help make Ohio a national leader in computer science education.

The State Committee on Computer meets at COSI Columbus (333 W. Broad Street, Columbus, OH 43215).

Committee Roster

View the committee roster

Meeting Materials

Meeting One: November 17, 2021 Meeting Two: December 15, 2021 Meeting Three: February 16, 2022 Meeting Four: March 9, 2022 Meeting Five: March 30, 2022 Meeting Six: April 20, 2022 Meeting Seven: May 11, 2022 Meetings Eight (two-day meeting): June 1 & 2, 2022 Meeting Nine: July 6, 2022 Meeting Ten: August 30, 2022

Resources

Contacts

Facilitator:
Kelly Gaier-Evans, Battelle
gaierk@battelle.org 

Chair:
Mike Duffey, Ohio Department of Higher Education
mduffey@highered.ohio.gov 

Vice-Chair:
John Wiseman, Ohio Department of Education
John.Wiseman@education.ohio.gov 

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