The Arizona STEM Network , led by Science Foundation Arizona, is a collaboration between business, educators, government and philanthropy sharing a common agenda to graduate more Arizona students prepared for the global economy.
Arizona Technology in Education Association (AzTEA) , as an affiliate of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), has adopted and supports ISTE’s mission to empower learners to flourish in a connected world by cultivating a passionate professional learning community, linking educators and partners, leveraging knowledge and expertise, advocating for strategic policies, and continually improving learning and teaching.
Computer Science for Arizona (CSforAZ) is a statewide computer science initiative focused on bringing computer science education and professional development statewide. CSforAZ brings together a coalition of partners from government, K-12 districts, higher education, business, and non-profits; all focused on enabling high-quality, equitable CS learning opportunities for all students in Arizona.
Consortium for School Networking (COSN) provides current and aspiring education technology leaders for PreK-12 with the community, knowledge, and professional development they need to create and grow engaging learning environments.
CSforAll is a central resource for individuals and organizations interested in K-12 computer science (CS) education. We connect providers, schools and districts, funders, and researchers working toward the goal of providing quality CS education to every child in the United States.
Future Ready Schools helps innovative educators ensure that each student graduates from high school with the agency, passion, and skills to be a productive, successful, and responsible citizen.
International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) inspires the creation of solutions and connections that improve opportunities for all learners by delivering: practical guidance, evidence-based professional learning, virtual networks, thought-provoking events and the ISTE Standards.
Project Tomorrow is driven by an altruistic mission and vision for changing the lives of children through science, math and technology education.
The Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) is an international association of individual teacher educators, and affiliated organizations of teacher educators in all disciplines, who are interested in the creation and dissemination of knowledge about the use of information technology in teacher education and faculty/staff development.
The U.S. Department of Education Office of Education Technology (OET) develops national educational technology policy and establishes the vision for how technology can be used to transform teaching and learning and how to make everywhere, all-the-time learning possible for early learners through K-12, higher education, and adult education.
NCWIT Aspirations in Computing provides a long-term community for female technologists, from K-12 through higher education and beyond, encouraging persistence in computing through continuous engagement and ongoing encouragement at each pivotal stage of their educational and professional development.
National Center for Women & Information Technology is a non-profit community that convenes, equips, and unites change leader organizations to increase the influence and meaningful participation of all girls and women — at the intersections of race, ethnicity, class, age, sexual orientation, and disability status — in the influential field of computing, particularly in terms of innovation and development.
The NCWIT Counselors for Computing (C4C) program provides information and resources that help counselors join the front line of the computing conversation. We bring people and programs together with professional development, knowledge, and resources to give all students access to transformative computing careers.
The mission of MakerEd is to harness the potential of making to transform teaching and learning.
The Arizona Department of Education Digital Learning is proud to share the Summer Connect Contest on behlaf of reTech Fundamentals. This is a local initiative focused on addressing the Digital Literacy Gap affecting Arizona Students.
Don’t miss your chance to join Girls Who Code’s free Summer Immersion Program for current 9-11th grade girls and non-binary students! Girls Who Code welcomes all eligible students to apply for their introductory coding program, and strongly encourages applicants who are historically underrepresented in tech including Black, Latinx, and low-income students. Check out this flyer to learn more, or join an upcoming Girls Who Code webinar here. Fill out the quick application here before the deadline on March 19th!