GOOD FOR OUR STUDENTS
GOOD FOR OUR STATE
The CS4NJ Coalition (CS4NJ) is a statewide network committed to promoting and advancing K-12 CS education in New Jersey.
We believe that all New Jersey K-12 students should have the opportunity to learn computer science. Computer Science, the basis for all computing and technology, drives job growth and innovation. Computational thinking, the problem-solving process inherent in computer science, is an essential skill across every 21st century job and career. Knowledge of computer science enables students to innovate and solve problems using technology, to critically engage in public discussions on important issues of national security and to participate in society as a responsible citizen.
Quantum Computing for
K-12 students in New Jersey Webin
Quantum Computing for NJ Informational Session: Interested in offering a free quantum computing course at your high school? Attend this partner school interest session to learn more. Quantum computing is an emerging technology that could change the world, and we want your high school students to learn about it next year! As a leading STEM education nonprofit, Qubit by Qubit offers an Introduction to Quantum Computing course designed specifically for high school students, and our only prerequisite is geometry. Since 2020, Qubit by Qubit has partnered with schools in New Jersey and across the country to offer this course for free.
NJ CS Hubs
Hubs have revised PD schedules. Please click on hub link for more details.
Oct. 28 at 7PM
Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek) is an annual call to action to inspire K-12 students to learn computer science, advocate for equity in computer science education, and celebrate the contributions of students, teachers, and partners to the field.
On October 28 we held a webinar inviting several speakers to share their success and ideas on how you can participate this year.