States are progressing toward a number of goals that aim to make computer science education a priority, but there is still more to do--especially when it comes to adopting K-12 computer science standards, according to a new report.

State of the States Landscape Report: State-Level Policies Supporting Equitable K–12 Computer Science Education also highlights key strategies and issues state leaders must address regarding computer science education.

So far, 7 states have adopted K-12 computer science education standards. States are considered to have fully adopted K-12 standards once they have met three criteria: the standards cover elementary, middle and high school;...

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