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CodeHS Nevada Computer Science Education Guide
In the 21st century, coding is a foundational skill, just like reading and writing. Everyone should get the chance to learn how to code—it's a skill that provides limitless creative opportunities to students and future generations.
With great curriculum, resources, and support, school districts across the country can implement high-quality computer science programs. At CodeHS, our goal is to make computer science education fun and accessible to all!
Nevada Computer Science and Applications Course
The CodeHS Computer Science and Applications course is fully aligned to the required Nevada Computer Science and Technology Standards and approved by the Nevada Board of Education. Enroll your students and get started today!Course Syllabus Course Standards Alignment
CodeHS also offers approved curriculum for AP Computer Science A, AP Computer Science Principles, and the Nevada Middle School Computer Science Course. These courses are available for free for all districts and public charter schools in Nevada. Learn more.
Did You Know
- Nevada Requires Computer Science
- Nevada Has K-12 Computer Science Standards
- CodeHS Courses are Aligned to Nevada’s Computer Science Standards Requirements
- CodeHS Curriculum is Free
Nevada K-12 Computer Science Policies
In the last couple of years, Nevada has made great strides to improving computer science education within the state. In June 2017, the Senate Bill 200 was signed. It requires Nevada high schools to offer a computer science courses and requires that all students receive instruction in computer science before 6th grade. This includes increasing the effort to enroll girls, students with disabilities and underrepresented minorities. High schools have until 2022 to offer a course that will satisfy Nevada’s 9-12 CS standards.
Nevada K-12 computer science standards based on the K-12 Computer Science Framework and 2017 CSTA K-12 Standards were approved in January 2018. The Nevada standards consist of expectations for a combination of individual grades and grade bands (from K-12) and the 9-12 standards include basic and advanced expectations. They also provide connections to standards in science, mathematics, English language arts, and social studies.
CodeHS Nevada Computer Science Standards Alignment
All of the main courses offered in the CodeHS 5-12 pathway are aligned to Nevada’s Computer Science and Technology Standards including the required half credit course, Nevada Computer Science and Applications.
- Alignment to Nevada 6-8 Standards
- Alignment to Nevada 9-12 Standards
- Alignment to Nevada 9-12 Advanced Standards
CodeHS offers the most comprehensive course pathway across grades 6-12, starting with introductory level block programming courses all the way up to AP level text-based programming courses in many languages.
Additional CodeHS Standards Alignments
CodeHS courses also align with the following standards:
CodeHS Nevada 5-12 Computer Science Curriculum Pathway
Here are the CodeHS courses that align with Nevada middle and high school computer science state standards for grades 5-12.
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Nevada Computer Science Stats
- Only 877 students in Nevada took the Advanced Placement Computer Science exams in 2018 (131 AP CS A, 746 AP CSP); only 33% of exams were taken by females
- Universities in Nevada did not graduate a single new teacher prepared to teach computer science in 2016
- There were 96 computer science graduates in Nevada in 2015
- Computer programmers and software developers in Nevada have an average salary of $89,000, which is higher than the overall average state salary