New Jersey Department of Education

Computer Science for All: Implementing the 2020 Computer Science Student Learning Standards-Year 1 of 2

Division: Teaching and Learning

Office:  Innovation

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The purpose of this two-year grant program, Computer Science (CS) for All: Implementing the 2020 Computer Science Student Learning Standards, is to provide professional learning, resources, and technical assistance to New Jersey schools and Local Education Agencies (LEA) as they prepare to implement the 2020 New Jersey Computer Science Student Learning Standards (2020 NJSLS-CS) and to expand access to equitable high-quality, standards-based computer science education for all K-12 students. The NGO will establish 3 programs at New Jersey Institutions of Higher Education (IHE) to extend the New Jersey Department of Education’s (NJDOE) ability to support the implementation of the 2020 NJSLS-CS, and to ensure that all K–12 students have equitable access to high-quality educators and high-quality, standards-based Computer Science (CS) curriculum and instruction.

The “CS for All: Implementing the 2020 Computer Science Standards” grant program is a limited competitive grant program open to two-year and four-year New Jersey-based IHEs who apply on behalf of a partnership that includes a minimum of three New Jersey LEAs. The partnership must include at least one eligible LEA that received FY21 funds under Title I, Part A of the federal ESEA as amended by ESSA.

This is the first year of a two-year program. Each partnership may apply for up to $333,330 in Year 1. Up to 3 awards will be made on a regional basis.


Eligible Agencies: 2 and 4 Year Institutions of Higher Learning in Partnership with at least 3 NJ LEAs

Approximate Number of Awards: 3    Grant Program Type:  Competitive

Total Amt. Available: $999,990            Application Due Date:  4/5/2022

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