CS4All In the News






Students learn robotics, programming at Brooklyn school
Students at PS 241 in Crown Heights don’t just use pencils and books; they also use iPads and robots.
January 24, 2018

BK students code robots through city program
Brooklyn students are programming robots as part of a city program.
News 12 Brooklyn
December 20, 2017

Fariña kicks off computer science education week
Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña has launched Computer Science Education Week (Dec. 4-10), a global effort encouraging computer science education, and she has announced New York City’s new CS4All Hack League, a citywide coding competition.
New York Amsterdam News
December 7, 2017

AP Computer Science Principles Paves the Way to STEM Success
It’s Computer Science Education Week—and there’s probably no better time to look at where we are as a nation in accomplishing our computer science goals.
Black Enterprise
December 6, 2017

It’s Hack Week in NYC, and Brooklyn Schools won’t be left out
Students across New York City will be designing and coding computer games this week as part of the nationwide Computer Science Education Week.
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
December 5, 2017

Teachers in Brooklyn ‘Unplug’ to Build a Stronger Computer Science Foundation
Educators around the country this week are celebrating the Hour of Code, an international effort to bring awareness to computer science. But at Emma L. Johnston Elementary school (P.S. 241) in Brooklyn, students use words like “algorithm” and “loops” year-round—and with remarkable ease. Their teacher has an unlikely strategy to get them to that level of understanding: unplugging the tech.
December 4, 2017

Computer science education week kicks off at BX school
The Department of Education Deputy Chancellor Phil Weinberg paid a visit to In-Tech Academy in the Bronx where students were kicking off New York City’s Computer Science Education Week.
News 12 The Bronx
December 4, 2017

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