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Topic started by: Lisa Milenkovic on 2/12/16

Discussion of state standards and frameworks for computer science and how these will be integrated into existing courses.

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posted by: Lisa Milenkovic on 2/12/2016 8:42 am

The first review period for the draft 9-12 framework is open until February 17, 2016:

Follow-up review periods for K-12 will be posted on this site. Please review and provide feedback on the draft.

FLORIDA Draft K-12 CS Standards REVIEW open

posted by: Lisa Milenkovic on 2/12/2016 8:45 am

Florida has released draft CS standards -- please review.

REVIEW open until 5PM on February 24:

Your Feedback is Important!

Click here to review the K-12 computer science standards and benchmarks (draft), and be sure to provide feedback by clicking on survey no later than 5 PM on Wednesday, February 24.

If you need assistance or experience technical difficulties with the survey, email Stefany Deckard at

CSTA 2016 DRAFT Standards and Framework open

posted by: Lisa Milenkovic on 2/25/2016 1:28 pm

CSTA - Computer Science Teachers Association - standards open for comment now: we-need-your-feedback/

Second round of review for the K-12 CS Framework

posted by: Maya Israel, Ph.D. on 3/24/2016 12:12 pm

Dear all,

The K-12 CS framework is currently undergoing its second review period. This review period extends to April 5, 2016. It is incredibly important that our community examine this framework closely, provide constructive feedback, and help shape the discourse around what K-12 CS education should be, especially in light of the CS for All initiatives that have emerged recently. After the first review period, the CS framework writers examined all the feedback provided by both individuals and teams and attempted to address the issues that the reviewers raised. In this second round of review, you will find many changes to the framework (much of which is a direct response to the first reviews).

Please consider participating in this review period. You can find all the details at: