CSEd Landscape in Nebraska

Reach of Code.org in Nebraska

CS Education Landscape in Nebraska

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Reach of Code.org in Nebraska

Since 2018

    • 509 teachers from 232 schools out of 1,998 K-12 schools across Nebraska have participated in our elementary, middle and high school programs since our program launches.
    • In the past year, a total of 788 out of 1,998 K-12 schools across Nebraska have been active on Code.org.
    • Our middle and high school PDs have been focusing on schools in rural areas. 59% of the participants in our MS and HS PDs (MS 56% & HS 63%) are from the schools in the Town or Rural areas. 97% of our middle and high school PD participants are White, but we are aiming to diversify our teacher workforce.

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    509 teachers from 232 schools have participated in our Code.org professional learning!

    • Since our first launch in the summer of 2018, 509 teachers from 232 out of 1,998 K-12 schools across Nebraska have participated in our elementary, middle and high school programs.
    • 374 teachers from # schools have taken our CS Fundamentals professional learning.
    • 81 teachers from # schools have taken our CS Discoveries professional learning.
    • 54 teachers from # schools have taken our CS Principles professional learning.
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    788 Schools Have Been Active on Code.org in 2020-21

    • In the past year, a total of 788 out of 1,998 K-12 schools across Nebraska have been active on Code.org.
    • 438 elementary schools
    • 152 middle schools
    • 198 high schools
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    59% Town or Rural

    • Our middle and high school PDs have been focusing on schools in rural areas. 59% of the participants in our MS and HS PDs (MS 56% and HS 63%) are from the schools in the Town or Rural areas.
    • 97% of our middle and high school PD participants are White, but we are aiming to diversity our teacher workforce.

Computer Science Education in Nebraska

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    47% of Schools Teach CS in Nebraska

    • ## out of ### elementary schools (####%) in Nebraska teach CS.
    • 99 out of 202 middle schools (49.01%) in Nebraska teach CS.
    • 136 out of 270 high schools (50.37%) in Nebraska teach CS.
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    Schools Teaching CS by Community Type

    Community type Middle schools High schools Middle+High schools
    CITY 84.85%
    (28 out of 33)
    95.00%
    (19 out of 20)
    88.68%
    (47 out of 53)
    SUBURB 44.44%
    (4 out of 9)
    88.89%
    (8 out of 9)
    66.67%
    (12 out of 18)
    TOWN 63.16%
    (24 out of 38)
    57.14%
    (20 out of 35)
    60.27%
    (44 out of 73)
    RURAL 35.25%
    (43 out of 122)
    43.20%
    (89 out of 206)
    40.24%
    (132 out of 328)
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    Access to CS by Race and Ethinicity

    • City: Black ## (##%); Asian ## (##%); Two+Mixed ## (##%); Hispanic/Latinx ## (##%); Pacific Islander ## (##%); White ## (##%); and Native American ## (##%)
    • Suburb: Black ## (##%); Asian ## (##%); Two+Mixed ## (##%); Hispanic/Latinx ## (##%); Pacific Islander ## (##%); White ## (##%); and Native American ## (##%)
    • Town: Black ## (##%); Asian ## (##%); Two+Mixed ## (##%); Hispanic/Latinx ## (##%); Pacific Islander ## (##%); White ## (##%); and Native American ## (##%)
    • Rural: Black ## (##%); Asian ## (##%); Two+Mixed ## (##%); Hispanic/Latinx ## (##%); Pacific Islander ## (##%); White ## (##%); and Native American ## (##%)

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