About Us

Mission Statement

We develop, implement, and research innovative approaches that prepare educators everywhere to teach computer science to all K-12 learners.

What We Do

The Kenneth C. Griffin CS Education for All Initiative at the University of Florida is embedded in the School for Teaching and Learning within the College of Education. The initiative, known as CSEveryone, was founded upon the belief that all K-12 students deserve access to Computer Science (CS) education. CSEveryone focuses on five core areas and the first step towards preparing students is well-prepared teachers!

CSEveryone will support teachers to become outstanding stewards of our youth in computer science. Our focus is on teacher preparation across the disciplines, to support teachers’ ability to incorporate computer science education into their practice. Our aim is to help teachers everywhere, starting here within our state. Together, we are building a community of practice to support teachers that builds on best practices, including the Universal Design for Learning and supporting inclusion for all K-12 students regardless of abilities.

We are launching our efforts by integrating CS education content into existing teacher preparation courses, expanding a CS education graduate level certificate program (including scholarship opportunities) and introducing a microcredential program.

Check back often as we continue to build our programs and create resources available to educators everywhere for free thanks to the generosity of our donor.

A teacher showing students how to work with computer science materials in a classroom.