Maine is selected as one of seven new states in the ECEP Alliance and our Project Login Program director is on the state team! Maine joins 28 other states and Puerto Rico in the Expanding Computing Education Pathways Alliance. Angela Oechslie, Project>Login Program Director will travel to California with a small team from Maine next week for the ECEP Summit where Maine and the other alliance members will work to broaden participation in computer science education K-16. We hope to improve equitable capacity for, access to, participation in, and experiences of quality computing education for all Maine students.
Other team members include:
Emma-Marie Banks, Maine DOE CS Specialist
Allison Braley, CS Teacher RSU 25, Bucksport
Ruth Kermish-Allen, Executive Director, MMSA
Read the ECEP press release here: