Do you want to advocate for computer science in Maryland? Learn more at the Code.org advocacy site.
If you care about computer science education in Maryland you should join the Maryland chapter of the CSTA (Computer Science Teacher's Association) to have a voice in advocating to bring opportunities to all Maryland students and joining opportunities to grow professionally.
Over 350 Maryland teachers representing every school system participated in computer science professional development in summer 2020.
84% of parents, 71% of teachers, 66% of principals, and 65% of superintendents say that offering CS is more or just as important as required courses like math, science, history, and English. Read more in the Gallup poll.