At Rex, we have matched Arizona’s vision with our own.
Learning to code is comparable to learning reading, writing, and math for this generation. Rex makes this process easy and enjoyable for all!
On October 22, 2018, Arizona’s State Board of Education voted to adopt new K-12 Computer Science Standards. The process to develop new Computer Science Standards began in January 2017. Since that time, the Arizona Department of Education (ADE) has collected public feedback on existing standards and convened working groups of educators, content experts, community members, and parents to create new standards.”
“Arizona’s K-12 students will develop a foundation of computer science knowledge and learn new approaches to problem-solving and critical thinking. Students will become innovative, collaborative creators and ethical, responsible users of computing technology to ensure they have the knowledge and skills to productively participate in a global society.
Source: Arizona Department of Education
At Rex, we have matched Alabama’s vision with our own.
Arizona does not require that secondary schools offer computer science.
Certain computer science classes may count as math credits and coding classes may count as foreign language requirements for graduation.
Arizona has five Core Computer Science Concepts:
Works at home, in class, and on Chromebooks.
Aligns with state and national education standards.
Built for schools. Private, simple, and secure.
No CS degree necessary. Optional teacher included.
Detailed reporting tools and auto-grading.
Real coding and real projects with realtime feedback.
Rex Academy courses are also aligned to the following standards
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