The CS4ALL team at the NYC Department of Education supports public and charter school teachers, and administrators bringing computer science to their classrooms.
If you are a teacher or administrator in the Software Engineering Program Junior, Software Engineering Program, or AP CS Principles program, please contact the CS4ALL team directly at programs [at] strongschools.nyc.
The CS4ALL team works with software, hardware and professional development providers. We run a formal request for proposals (RFP) at least once a year. If you are interested in learning more about how to partner with us, please fill out our interest form here.
If you are a teacher or administrator not currently in our Academic Programs, please contact the Computer Science Education Manager (CSEM) for your district.
|District||CS Ed Manager|
|Bronx (Districts 7, 9, 10)||Felix Alberto | Read more|
|Bronx (Districts 8, 11, 12)||James Poindexter | Read more|
|Brooklyn (Districts 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 23, 32)||Amy Hobson | Read more|
|Brooklyn (Districts 17, 18, 20, 21, 22)||TBA|
|Manhattan (Districts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)||Joe Melendez | Read more|
|Queens (Districts 24, 25, 26, 30)||Dan Gaylord | Read more|
|Queens (Districts 27, 28, 29)||Ronald Summers | Read more|
|Staten Island (District 31)||Sandy Nevins | Read more|
Manage the implementation of computer science programs, pilots, initiatives and computer science-related professional development within designated boroughs, and schools, in alignment with Borough Field Support Centers and Superintendents. CSEMs facilitate the strategic planning and decision-making processes at the school that is related to developing visions, goals, programs, processes and structures, needs assessment, capacity-building, and resources to support the implementation of a computer science program, as appropriate for each school.
CSEMs are responsible for: