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CS4HS (Computer Science for High School)

Tom Cortina
The Computer Science for High School (CS4HS) program at Carnegie Mellon is a half-week summer workshop to disseminate curriculum modules that high school teachers (teaching primarily AP computer science and introductory programming courses) can implement in the classroom that provide students with an exposure to the versatility and applicability of the programming skills they have learned throughout the school year. Educators can use the modules from the workshop to show students that computer science is much more than computer programming. This workshop is also open to K-8 teachers and college instructors teaching introductory computer science. ACT 48 credit is available for Pennsylvania teachers.