Johnny Key

Commissioner of Education

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Computer Science Task Force

Gov. Asa Hutchinson established the Arkansas Computer Science Task Force (CSTF) to research and recommend computer science and technology courses and standards, study the computer science and technology needs of the state, and recommend strategies to meet the anticipated computer science and technology workforce needs of the state. The CSTF was chaired by Dr. James Hendren and was composed of 15 members representing various Arkansas industrial and educational entities.

Computer Science and Technology in Public School Task Force Reports

2016 Final Report of Activities, Findings, and Recommendations
2015 Initial Report of Activities, Findings, and Recommendations
 

Computer Science and Technology in Public School Task Force Members

Last Update: March 27, 2017

For more information, please contact:

Anthony Owen, State Director of Computer Science Education
Arkansas Department of Education
Four Capitol Mall; 302A
Little Rock, AR 72201
Phone: 501-682-3386

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