Whether you’re a tech professional, school administrator, teacher, student, or community advocate, we need people like you to help us bring computer science to high school classrooms across the United States.
Get involved today and help us close the opportunity gap in CS.
Students who are interested in bringing CS classes to their school can become advocates to create change by sharing their interest with teachers, administrators and parents, and introducing them to the TEALS program.
TEALS exists to help classroom teachers learn how to teach CS and build a CS program at their school. Teachers from various content backgrounds work in partnership with TEALS volunteers to co-teach classes and prepare to teach CS on their own.
Volunteers with a strong background in computer science and programming form the backbone of the TEALS program. We need people like you to teach computer science and help close the opportunity gap for thousands of students, who will benefit from the CS program you help build.
Administrators work with TEALS to support the school partnership by making accommodations within their school schedule and budget to support computer science classes, and planning for the future. Their guidance and leadership ensures that a single TEALS course ultimately grows into a robust and sustainable CS program at the school.