National CS Principles Summit for teachers and administrators

January 13, 2014 at 1:25 am 1 comment

National Computer Science Principles Education Summit

CSTA invites teachers and administrators to apply to attend a special summit aimed at broadening understanding and creating capacity for the wide-scale adoption and on-going support of the Computer Science Principles course. 

This summit (to be held in conjunction with the CSTA 2014 annual conference in St. Charles, IL) will explore the pathways to CS Principles for the entire community (middle school and high school) and provide teachers and administrators with a context and strategies for implementing CS Principles in their high schools. 

This summit, featuring presentations, flash talks, and working groups,  is open to teachers interested in teaching the new AP Computer Science Principles Course and administrators at all levels (Principals, District Superintendents) interested in bringing the new AP Computer Science Principles Course to their districts. 

Funding may be available for accommodation and travel. Attendance is limited to 50 participants and applications will close February 1, 2014. 

The summit will take place:

Location: Pheasant Run Resort, St. Charles, IL

Dates: July 16, 2014

Registration Deadline: February 1, 2014

Online applications are now open at:

For more information, see:
or contact Chris Stephenson at
Chris Stephenson
Executive Director
Computer Science Teachers Association


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