Computer Science and Mathematics Integration

Bootstrap CS/Algebra Integration Professional Learning Cohort Opportunity:

Beginning in the 2024-25 school year, Senate Bill 252 will require all public and public charter elementary and middle schools to offer instruction aligned to the Oklahoma Academic Standards for Computer Science. By participating in the upcoming free Bootstrap professional learning cohorts and implementing the free and open computer science/mathematics curriculum, middle schools will meet the Senate Bill 252 requirement of providing integrated computer science coursework aligned to the Oklahoma Academic Standards for Computer Science. 

Bootstrap, a non-profit organization based out of Brown University, has partnered with the OSDE to provide free computer science/mathematics integration professional learning opportunities and free and open curriculum for pre-algebra and algebra teachers. 

Pre-algebra and algebra teachers may apply for the next Bootstrap cohort taking place July 25-27 (in OKC), August 20 (virtual), October 1 (virtual), and November 5 (virtual). Applications for this training are due at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, May 6. For more information, email Karen Leonard, Director of Education Technology and Computer Science, or Brigit Minden, Director of Secondary Mathematics. 

This is not a “one-and-done” professional development; instead, this cohort offers an ongoing professional learning experience that spans the course of an entire academic year. 

Teachers are eligible to receive stipends for participating in this cohort. 

For more information, register to attend an informative webinar on April 21 at 7:00 PM. This webinar will be recorded and shared with all those who register to attend.


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Last updated on March 28, 2022