In this article, Leslie Aaronson, a standout ECS teacher at Foshay, is misassigned but already procured new credentials not once, but twice! By Samuel Gilstrap, published Dec 9, 2015 on LAUSD Daily. Seniors from the Technology Academy at Foshay Learning Center proudly showcased projects responding to a challenge to use technology to solve important challenges facing their community. The annual Foshay Technology Fair helped promote the District’s participation in the […]
By Tom Kalil and Farnam Jahanian, published December 11, 2013. The National Science Foundation (NSF), with its long legacy of nurturing communities of research and education practitioners, is leading a transformation in CS education and learning at the national scale. NSF’s CS 10K Project aims to build the foundation needed to get engaging, rigorous academic computer science courses into 10,000 schools taught by 10,000 well-prepared teachers. To begin this, NSF […]
By Joanie Harmon, published Dec. 9, 2013 on UCLA Ed & IS Ampersand. UCLA’s Graduate School of Education & Information Studies, the Los Angeles Unified School District, and the nonprofit Code.org collectively launched the Los Angeles segment of National Computer Science Education Week at the UCLA Community School on Dec. 10 at the Paul Schrade Library at UCLA Community School, with local and state lawmakers, and industry leaders from Microsoft, […]
Students and staff from UCLA’s School of Engineering (CS Department) visited the Exploring Computer Science class at Hollywood HS to talk about computer science and answer student questions about the field of computer science. High school students were able to ask questions about computing, connections to math and computer science, college going, and careers.