Central2CS

Central2CS

The Teaching & Learning Collaborative (TLC) and TECH CORPS were selected by CSforAll as one of 10 communities across the U.S. to promote community-led systems change in K-12 Computer Science (CS) education. As part of this project, we will work to deliver an efficient, well-informed and selective stakeholder engagement and planning process which will include a K-12 Computer Science Landscape Report and Data Summit focused on 11 counties in the Central Ohio region.  Kelli Shrewsberry, the Executive Director of The Teaching & Learning Collaborative and Lisa M. Chambers, the National Executive Director of TECH CORPS will co-lead this collaborative effort.

K-12 Teachers, we need your input!

Planning Team

TECH CORPS and The Teaching & Learning Collaborative will partner on this project and will be supported by a planning team comprised of a blended group of industry, government, education, workforce and community partners committed to supporting the growth of CS education in our community.

Eva Bradshaw,
NCWIT
Regional Affiliate Manager

DR. Andy Igonor,
Franklin University

Dean, Ross College of Business

Marcy Raymond,
ECS of Central Ohio

Director of College and Career Readiness

Scot Mclemore,
Honda of America Mfg., Inc

Manager of Talent Acquisition

Rep. Rick Carfagna,
Ohio House of Representatives

State Representative

Beth Keplar,
Teays Valley Local Schools

Director of Teaching and Learning

DR. Nigamanth Sridhar,
Cleveland State University/ CSforCLE

Dean, College of Graduate Studies

 

Paula Casto,
CSTA Ohio Chapter

President

Lisa Lescroart,
JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Executive Director

Todd Warner,
Columbus State Community College

Executive in Residence

 

Kelly Gaier Evens,
Battelle

Senior STEM Relationship Manager

Jeff Lyttle,
JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Executive Director

John Wiseman,
Ohio Department of Education

Computer Science Education Program Specialist

Project Partners

EcoSystemsforCS

EcoSystemsforCS is a new initiative launched by CSfoALL with support from Schmidt Futures. Over the next year, ten communities will receive funding and technical assistance to engage a diverse set of partners in launching an ecosystem initiative to drive implementation of high quality, equitable CS.

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