October 2, 2020


Regrettably, COVID-19 concerns and the move to online instruction only at event host site Sacred Heart University require the CS4CT Summit 2020 to be rescheduled.
New date: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2020. 
Organizers are taking this action out of an abundance of caution in response to the rapidly changing global health situation.
As we work to manage this complex issue, we remain committed to this event so that every public school student in Connecticut has access to high-quality computer science instruction, and we look forward to seeing you later this year. With extended registration, we hope you consider registering additional team members from your school/district to support stronger implementation.
Questions? Email susan.auchincloss@readyct.org.

    Governor Ned Lamont


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The CS4CT SUMMIT is Connecticut’s premier computer science k-12 education summit.

Attend this event to improve computer science education in your classroom, school, or district.

Champions and advocates of computer science education are encouraged to attend!

A Registration Note: Online registration closes September 15, 2020 at 5PM. Due to the nature of this event, there will be no walk-in registration.


October 2, 2020 • Sacred Heart University • Fairfield, CT

Morning remarks will be delivered by Bootstrap founder Emmanuel Schanzer and CSforALL Chief Evangelist Ruthe Farmer.

Governor Ned Lamont, an advocate of K-12 computer science instruction in Connecticut’s public schools, is scheduled to address attendees in the afternoon.

Learn more about the CS4CT speakers here.

Summit learning tracks will allow attendees to explore CS instruction at the elementary school, middle school, and high school levels.

Hosted by CT-CSTA, ReadyCT and Sacred Heart University.

Join us to advance computer science education across Connecticut!