On Professional Development: CS4CT SUMMIT and SCRIPT Training

Aligning With Policy Pursuits

Since our founding, our professional development efforts have endeavored to meet two goals: (1) ensuring teachers are prepared to offer the best instruction to their students, and (2) supporting principals and other administrators whose leadership is critical to student success.

Additionally, ReadyCT designs and delivers professional development with an eye on education policy advancement. For instance, on the heels of P.A. 19-128 (mandating K-12 computer science instruction in Connecticut’s public schools) on March 27, 2020, we will present (in collaboration with the CT Computer Science Teachers’ Association and Sacred Heart University) the CS4CT SUMMIT. This day-long conference will help educators and administrators design and deliver relevant and exciting computer science learning pathways.

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CS4CT Summit

A 2019 education law requires Connecticut public school districts to offer K-12 computer science instruction. The CS4CT SUMMIT will provide a roadmap to successful computer science instruction.

CS4CT Summit Registration


SCRIPT Training


Made possible through the generous support of Infosys Foundation USA, ReadyCT is pleased to announce an opportunity for three Connecticut Alliance School Districts to receive SCRIPT training, a nationally recognized computer science instruction planning tool.

Developed by CSforAll, SCRIPT (Strategic CSforALL Resource & Implementation Planning Tool) provides a framework to guide teams of district administrators, school leaders, and educators through a series of collaborative visioning, self-assessment, and goal-setting exercises to create or expand upon a computer science education implementation plan for their students.

Interested school districts — follow the button to complete the application. Questions, email susan.auchincloss@readyCT.org.

SCRIPT Application Form




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