- Percent of undergrads intending to major in CS
- Oct 2011 Publicity
- 24 States are better at AP CS than WA
- TEALS July update
- TEALS teams up with Lake Washington School District for 2011-2012 school year
- TEALS Roster for 2011-2012 Finalized
- Golden Apple from the Issaquah School Foundation
- Issaquah High School team places 3rd in Puget Sound April Programming contest!
- TEALS article on MSW
- TEALS in Issaquah School District’s Quarterly newsletter
Author Archives: Kevin
The graph says it all. I think it’s a teacher problem, a lot of others think it’s a curriculum problem. In the end, they are both problems, but the most important is always the quality of the teacher, the quantity … Continue reading
The following states have a higher per capita taker of the AP CS exam in 2010, followed by percentage compared to WA state: Maryland (574%) Virginia (361%) Texas (331%) New Jersey (262%) Connecticut (256%) Delaware (219%) The following are all between … Continue reading
The 2010-2011 school year just ended a few weeks ago. That means preparation for the 2011-2012 school year is just starting. The word for the 2011-2012 school year is “triple”. We are going from 10 TEALS teachers to 33, 4 … Continue reading
I am happy to announce that TEALS will partner with 3 additional schools in the Lake Washington School District for the upcoming 2011-2012 school year. This brings the total number of TEALS schools to 13 for 2011-2012 and we will … Continue reading
After 2 months of recruiting, interviews and a lot of hard work, we finally have the final roster for the upcoming 2011-2012 school year. We have a total of 32 TEALS teachers and TAs ready to go come September. Out … Continue reading
Turns out people love what TEALS does for their students and schools. Got one of these from the Issaquah School Foundation: TEALS will expand to all 3 high schools in the district in the fall, and it is our goal … Continue reading
Students from the pilot TEALS AP CS class took 3rd place at the April Puget Sound Programming contest at UW. This is their first time at such an event and congratulations to them and their 3rd place finish. Full post … Continue reading
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