HomeSeptember 3, 2022 2023-09-27 13:20
COMPUTER SCIENCE FOR GEORGIA (CS4GA) IS A COLLECTIVE IMPACT EFFORT BY DIVERSE STAKEHOLDERS TO BRING QUALITY CS EDUCATION TO ALL CHILDREN IN K-12 SYSTEMS THROUGHOUT GEORGIA’S 182 SCHOOL DISTRICTS.
Georgia CS Engagements
2022-2023 Academic Year
Students Who Took CS courses
Certified CS Teachers
Percentage of HS offering CS
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Technical careers, whether “white collar” or “blue collar”, have been “the future” for years now. In Georgia, we already have the assets needed to make us one of the top states for computer science talent. CS4GA can help realize this potential, and accelerate progress.
Founder/CEO, Amplify 4 Good
CS4GA is a critical success factor in our education system in Georgia!! The work CS4Ga is doing is vital to make sure that collaboration with stakeholders from all relevant sectors: school districts, industry, universities, philanthropy, state government, and others ensure that underrepresented groups in particular receive the support they need to fully participate in CS education!! I am so very grateful for this focused and intentional initiative!!
CS4GA is courageously addressing a major challenge to ensure that all of Georgia’s children have an opportunity to thrive in the STEM ecosystem. With its collective impact approach, CS4GA is providing a wonderful opportunity for stakeholders to pursue collaborative strategies that can scale outcomes across State of Georgia and serve as a model for the rest of the nation.
Vice President, National STEM Programs and Tech Initiatives, UNCF
Computing technology has been integrated in nearly every industry sector in our modern economy. Computer science (CS) is a key area for future careers and economic stability in Georgia. CS4GA leads the way to establish equitable and quality computer science for all student in Georgia, empowering the next generation of leaders, representative of all Georgia residents, to solve for the complexities of technological advancements that impact our lives.
Lien Diaz (she/her/ella)
Director, Educational Innovation and Leadership, Constellations Center for Equity in Computing, College of Computing, Georgia Tech