Building Excellent Computer Science Programs Across Missouri
Teach quality computer science to positively impact the next generation in Missouri.
Did You Know?
- CodeHS Courses are aligned to Missouri Computer Science Standards
- Missouri has K-12 Computer Science Standards
- Missouri does not require high schools to offer Computer Science
- CodeHS Curriculum is free
Missouri Computer Science Stats
- 1,034 students in Missouri took the Advanced Placement Computer Science exams in 2019 (560 AP CS A, 474 AP CSP); only 11% of exams were taken by females
- Computer programmers and software developers in Missouri have an average annual salary of $88,183, which is higher than the average state salary at $46,460
Sources: College Board, Department of Education, Bureau of Labor Statistics
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Online & in-person training for teachers to build the knowledge and confidence to teach excellent computer science courses.
Missouri Policies & Resources
In 2018, a group of educators began developing K-12 computer science standards for Missouri schools and by 2019, these standards were passed by Missouri Governor Mike Parson. Learn More.
At this point, Missouri does not require computer science in schools, however, a computer science course can count as a high school math class for graduation.
Source: Missouri Department of Education
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