CSforAll-MN has been gathering data to craft a landscape report to examine the landscape of K-16 computer science education in Minnesota. This report will be released in 2021 and will be the first statewide report focused on computer science. It will share key data within the context of our state’s K-12 schools and higher education institutions.

In order to preview the report and ignite conversation, shorter briefs will be released during CS Ed Week (December 7 – 13, 2020). The first CS Ed Week brief will be shared December 8, 2020 – follow us on Twitter for brief release notifications!

Brief 5: Computer Science Professional Learning (Jun., 2021)

A three-page brief providing an overview of professional learning funding, opportunities, and state policy for Minnesota educators. 

 

Brief 4: Computer Science in Minnesota Teacher Education (Dec., 2020)

A three-page brief providing an overview of computer science in formal teacher education provided by Minnesota colleges and universities.

Brief 3: K-12 CS Teacher Licensure in Minnesota (Dec., 2020)

A two-page brief providing an overview of the existing system for licensing Minnesota K-12 teachers, as well as policies and models from other states.

Brief 2: AP Computer Science in Minnesota (Dec., 2020)

A three-page brief providing an overview of Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science courses taken by Minnesota’s students.

Brief 1: Definitions & State Overview (Dec., 2020)

A three-page brief defining computer science education, exploring why everyone should learn CS, and sharing Minnesota data at a glance.

2018 MN State of CS Brief

A two-page snapshot on the state of computer science education in Minnesota based on available data.