The Hawaii State Department of Education is a powerhouse of innovation. Our strength lies within the size of our organization, the world-class talent of our employees, and students who are globally competitive. There are exciting changes going on at each level of the Department as we aim to become an influential force of ideas, discovery, and solutions with a focus on what students want to learn and how they want to be engaged.
As part of this effort, the Department’s Office of Curriculum and Instructional Design is creating an opportunity and space for teacher leaders to come together to collaborate and share best practices in the spirit of advancing Computer Science curriculum.
We hope that you’ll join us for this dynamic event on June 13. We’ll be leading important discussions around innovative practices, assessment development and policy issues that align with what’s happening nationally. This includes the movement toward making Computer Science credits a graduation requirement and what this will look like for schools in Hawai‘i. Your voice is needed and will have an impact on how our system is preparing students for college, career and community.
Be on the lookout for invitations to online and face-to-face pre-conference sessions.
For more information about Computer Science in Hawaii, visit the Hawai‘i DOE website.