Computer Science for ALL (CSforAll:RPP) Research Practitioner Partnership


Broadening Participation to Include African-American and Hispanic Students with Disabilities in Computer Science Learning Using Voice User Interface Project-Based Learning

The National Science Foundation awarded a grant to Changing Expectations for a Computer Science for All (CSforAll:RPP) three-year project.  The project is designed to study and increase African-American and Hispanic students with disabilities' interest, engagement, learning, knowledge, and persistence in computer science education (CS) and careers. The study will employ quasi-experimental methods to investigate the effects of activities on district CS policies and implementation. Changing Expectations will leverage its existing network of teachers in the Changing Expectations WeTeach_CS Computer Science Collaborative, practitioners in Texas school districts, special educators, researchers and evaluators to form the Students with Disabilities in Computer Science Research Alliance (SWDCS).



This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1923199.

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