Code.org is a non-profit foundation dedicated to growing computer programming education. Its vision is that computer science and computer programming are included in the core curriculum in U.S. education, alongside other STEM (science technology engineering math) courses, such as biology, physics, chemistry and math.
Code.org's central mission is to expand access to computer science education and increase participation among women and underrepresented minorities. By providing high-quality resources, curriculum, and training for educators, Code.org strives to equip students with the essential skills needed for the 21st century. The organization is dedicated to fostering a diverse and inclusive tech industry, empowering individuals to pursue careers in technology and contribute to the global digital landscape.
- Equity: Code.org is dedicated to promoting equity in computer science education, striving to ensure that all students have access to high-quality computer science education regardless of their background or location.
- Collaboration: Collaboration is at the heart of Code.org's mission, working with educators, partners, and volunteers to create engaging and effective computer science curriculum and resources.
- Innovation: Code.org is constantly pushing the boundaries of computer science education, exploring new ideas and approaches to make learning more accessible and engaging for all students.
- Inclusivity: Code.org is committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive community, valuing diversity and promoting a culture of respect and empathy for all.
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