SCRIPT Crew TN
Tennessee will soon require all K-12 schools to offer computer science.
Is your school district ready?
What is SCRIPT Crew TN?
SCRIPT Crew TN is a $1 million dollar grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to conduct a three-year research-practice partnership (RPP) between CSforALL, CodeCrew, and CSEdResearch. The aim of the grant is to impact up to 45% of the 147 school districts in Tennessee by helping district leaders advance computer science education across their respective districts. The vehicle of impact will be the CSforALL SCRIPT framework, which will be utilized to train and support facilitators and district teams across Tennessee in strategic planning and implementation of computer science education plans. The grant prioritizes rural Tennessee districts who serve high percentages of BIPOC students or that have large student populations who qualify for free or reduced lunch.
Currently for Tennessee LEAs and school districts ONLY
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Do you have additional questions about SCRIPT Crew TN? Please click our FAQ tabs below.
Research-practice partnerships are long-term, mutually beneficial collaborations that promote the production and use of research.
Prospective SCRIPT Facilitators should ideally have some experience leading professional development as well as knowledge of K-12 school systems. SCRIPT Facilitators should ideally have good knowledge of the computer science education offerings, initiatives, existing resources, and needs for the learning communities with which they work.
It is important that all participants attend the entire workshop. Every segment is connected to your success. If you can not attend for the entire time we ask you to reschedule for another time.