For Middle and High School Students
Arkansas Offers Incentives For AP Computer Science
The exam in question is Advanced Placement Computer Science a administered by the College Board, a non-profit organization that administers standardized tests related to university and college admissions in the United States. Its mission is to expand access to higher education and to help students prepare for a successful transition to college. Advanced Placement, which offers 30 subjects in paid-for courses, is a program that enables students to pursue college-level studies while still in high school and to demonstrate their abilities to college and university admission officers and gives them a head start by starting uni with courses already completed. More than 90% of four-year colleges and universities in the US grant students credit, placement, or both on the basis of successful AP exam scores and they are also recognized by universities in more than 60 countries. To read further, please visit http://i-programmer.info/news/150-training-a-education/11233-arkansas-offers-incentives-for-ap-computer-science.html.
Join the Wonder League Robotics Competition!
Application Deadline: Currently ongoing
Wonder Workshop invites teams aged 6-8 and 9-12 to compete in the Wonder League Robotics Competition. Three rounds of missions require teams to design solutions to real-world science and technology challenges by programming Dash & Dot. Teams who become eligible for the Invitational Round compete for a $5,000 STEM-grant Grand Prize! For more information,
- Encourage 21st-century learning
- Develop computational thinking skills
- Build teamwork and community spirit
- Compete from anywhere in the world
- Submit all entries online
- Have a blast!
For more information and to register (for free), please visit https://education.makewonder.com/robotics-competition?utm_source=WW&utm_medium=banner&utm_campaign=CSTA_News_PShow&utm_term=WonderLeague.
For Undergraduate Students
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For Educators and Students
Code.org Teacher and Student Award Nominations
Do you know a teacher or student who’s changing the face of computer science – in big ways and small? Code.org wants to feature them and is offering prizes for each winner! Please share your nominations to help celebrate students and teachers of all experience levels.
Click here to nominate a Student of the Week, and here to nominate a Teacher of the Month.