CSinPA K-8 Pathway

Computer Science Professional Learning Program

Expand computer science (CS) learning at your school

Provided at no cost, this 100% virtual Pathway is designed to support K-8 educators to grow their CS capacity. Act 48 credit is available.

2 ways to participate


All Pathway activities completed online; no travel necessary


A combination of virtual activities and in-person workshops at the hosting IU

No CS experience needed

The Pathway is open to any K-8 educator involved with computer science instruction, including:

  • Grade-level teachers
  • Content-area teachers
  • Special education teachers
  • English language teachers
  • Librarians
  • Specialists
  • Instructional coaches

While not required, it is recommended that schools engage with a team of 2+ educators to allow for collaboration throughout the Pathway.

Learn. Teach. Advocate.

Participants engage as learners, teachers, and CS champions (advocates) as they develop and implement a small-scale pilot project for CS education.

Participants will:

  1. Access and use the K-12 CS Framework and CSTA standards

  2. Initiate and reflect on a small-scale implementation pilot

  3. Recognize and create a plan to close equity gaps in CS education, specifically for students with disabilities and other historically underrepresented populations, such as students of color and female students

  4. Leverage community and stakeholder partnerships

  5. Articulate the need for CS in education and our communities

Click here to request more information

Fill out this brief form and we'll get in touch to discuss the Pathway and opportunities to join upcoming cohorts.