The Computer Science Education Act (CSEA) is a piece of legislation that has been introduced in the US House of Representatives that would make important changes to federal education laws to remove barriers to computer science in K-12 classrooms nationwide. Read a summary of the issues the bill addresses and what the bill does here.The Computer Science Education Act would:
Code.org, Computing in the Core and its members, and K-12 computer science education advocates support this bipartisan legislation.
- Amend the statutory definition of “core academic subjects” to add computer science
- Define computer science
- Add computer science to the academic subjects addressed by federal teacher professional development programs