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Balancing teachers’ needs in times of crisis: investigating how computer science instructional coaches and teachers navigated remote professional development during COVID-19

This study investigated how Chicago Public Schools (CPS) computer science (CS) teachers and instructional coaches navigated remote professional development (PD) during the pandemic.
Feb 2024

Pathways and Pipeline and the Growing Pains of Creating a Computer Science Pathway

The following research article explores four high school students’ experience with computer science in the Milwaukee Public School system.
Nov 2023

Investigating the Equity Imperative in High School Computer Science Curriculum for Latinx Students

The goal of this qualitative research is to understand equitable teaching practices of computer science classrooms in the Chicago Public Schools through the video analysis specifically for the Latinx students.
Nov 2023

Measuring Computer Science Success in Chicago Public Schools and Milwaukee Public Schools

This webinar is the culminating event of the 2023 CAFÉCS/PUMP-CS Summer Research Fellowship. It was an opportunity to highlight important research on computer science education and recognize the hard work and dedication of our educators and students.
Aug 2023

The Effect of Computer Science Course-Taking on Science Outcomes in Chicago Public Schools Effect of CS on Science Grades

This report examines the relationship between completion of computer science coursework and performance in high school science classes.
Jul 2023

Investigating How Computer Science Teachers and Instructional Coaches Navigated Remote Professional Development During COVID-19: Implications for Instructional Coaching, Teacher Learning, and Qualitative Inquiry in (Post?)-Pandemic Times

This paper investigates how Chicago Public Schools computer science teachers and instructional coaches navigated remote professional development during the pandemic.
May 2023

Assessing the Impact of a CSforALL Research-Practice Partnership Using the PROSPER Framework: A Case Study of the Chicago Alliance for Equity in Computer Science (CAFÉCS)

This AERA poster applies the PROSPER framework to characterize the impact of the CAFÉCS RPP on broadening participation in the Chicago Public Schools.
Apr 2023

Students’ Perceived Expectancy, Value, and Cost of Computer Science after Participation in a GIS-Infused Unit

Students participated in a GIS-focused unit in their computer science (CS) course. Students’ geospatial problem-solving skills increased after the GIS unit.
Apr 2023