Computers are everywhere, changing every industry on the planet. But only 45% of all high schools teach computer science. The good news is, we’re on our way to change this! If you've heard about the Hour of Code before, you might know it made history. More than 100 million students have tried an Hour of Code.
From @AP_Trevor on his twitter page:
This year’s AP Calculus AB students demonstrated a slightly stronger mastery than students in 2017 and 2018, so there’s a slight increase in % of exams earning scores of 3+ this year.
- Aaron Timmons – Mathematics Content Director
3000 hours. 125 days. Almost 18 weeks. Over 4 months. No matter which way you look at it, that’s how much time Kentucky high school students participating in AdvanceKentucky’s AP College Readiness Program have invested so far in preparing for AP exams this year. What’s more impressive is that this time is in addition to their regularly scheduled classes.
January 29, 2019 - Fayette County Public Schools was recognized by Charter Communications and AdvanceKentucky for their commitment to the expansion of computer science throughout the district at the Academies at Bryan Station in Lexington on January 15, 2019. Ten (10) Computer Science teachers were recognized for their commitment to offering computer science courses in their schools by participating in the AdvanceKentucky Professional Learning Program, in cooperation with Code.org. The teachers will receive a $300 cash award and a certificate.
Applications for the 2019-20 school year are now open for the AdvanceKentucky Professional Learning Program, in cooperation with Code.org. This year-long program prepares and supports first-year teachers of Computer Science Discoveries (grades 6-10) and Computer Science Principles (grades 9-12). Click here for more information and to apply or contact Monique M. Rice at email@example.com if you have any questions.