Ogden Computer Science Pilot is a partnership between Ogden School District and the nonprofit, BootUp PD

Ogden School District Elementary Computer Science Pilot Receives $125,000

Ogden School District Elementary Computer Science Pilot Receives $125,000 The Ogden Computer Science Pilot is a partnership between Ogden School District and the nonprofit, BootUp PD. The pilot program has been funded at $125,000 by the Utah STEM Action Center, whose goal for the funding is to build K-12 computing pathways in Utah school districts. The 2017 legislature…


Introducing Coding - Avondale Elementary School District, AZ

Avondale Elementary School District teaches coding to all K-8 students during the school day! In 2014, schools replaced an existing 40 minute typing and computer applications class with a new coding class. Since then, coding teachers have met weekly as a group. They are also supported by local BootUp Curriculum Developer, Jared O'Leary.


Kingsport City Schools Gets BootUp

Kingsport City Schools began their “Computer Science (CS) for All” implementation program in 2016 when they were the recipient of a BootUp coding implementation grant funded by Emerald Data Solutions, the makers of BoardDocs. Kingsport City Schools, located in the Northeastern corner of Tennessee, has an overall ratio of 54% free or reduced lunch recipients, with some…