Partnership with LAUSD addresses need for high-quality CS instruction.
By Shaena Engle, published on the UCLA Newsroom.

UCLA’s Graduate School of Education & Information Studies has been awarded a $2.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation to fund a professional development program for computer science teachers in Los Angeles high schools.

The new program, Teachers Are Key, brings together education reform researchers and faculty from UCLA and the University of Oregon with the Los Angeles Unified School District.