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  • Introduction to Computers Course 180101 and 180103

    CS UpdatesAt the end of the 2018-19 school year, Introduction to Computers will sunset and be replaced with Computer Science Discoveries (180115 and 180116), Introduction to Programming: Game Design and App Development (180117 and 180118), Introduction to Physical Computing (180121 and 180122),  or an equivalent Career Technical Education (CTE) computer science course for students in grades 6-8.  These courses are aligned to the new California Computer Science State Standards. For students in high school, Computer Science 1 (CTE introductory), Exploring Computer Science (CTE concentrator, or non-CTE), or an equivalent course aligned to the new California State Computer Science Standards will be offered in lieu of students enrolling in Introduction to Computers, which will no longer be part of the secondary course catalog and will serve as introductory  computer science courses open to all students.

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  • The College Board Update

    The College Board announced that AP Computer Science Principles (CSP) has been approved as a Laboratory Science (D)/Computer Science course and fulfills high school student requirements for the University of California's admissions. AP CSP counts as a student's third or fourth recommended year of science. For more information, navigate to the UCOP Laboratory Science website.

    AP Computer Science A (CSA) has been approved as a Mathematics (C)/Computer Science course and fulfills high school student requirements for the University of California's admissions. AP CSA counts as a student's third or fourth recommended year of math For more information, please navigate to the UCOP Mathematics website.

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  • California State K-12 Computer Science Standards

    CA Department of Education The California State Board of Education approved the first ever California K-12 Computer Science Standards in September 2018.  To learn more about the adoption, review the following article: https://www.cde.ca.gov/nr/ne/yr18/yr18rel56.asp. To view the California K-12 Computer Science Standards, see the following link: https://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/ss/computerscicontentstds.asp.

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