At Rex, we have matched Indiana’s vision with our own.

At Rex Academy, we are dedicated to building quality computer science education for all ages. Our core belief is that computer science should be available to all learners as it is a gateway to many opportunities.

Learning to code is comparable to learning reading, writing, and math for this generation. Rex makes this process easy and enjoyable for all!

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Indiana’s K-12 Science standards now require computer science to be available at every grade level.

“Indiana’s Academic Standards for Computer Science allow for students to be prepared in the everchanging computer science areas providing inquiry-based, hands-on experiences based on two components: Concepts and Practices. K-8 standards have been in place and implemented since 2016 and high school course standards have existed for some time. Particularly in K-8,
computer science standards can be integrated into various other subject areas. A variety of elective courses are available for high schools. As students move through grade levels, they will work with and experience the standards at those grade bands (K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12).”

Source: Indiana Department of Education

At Rex, we have matched Indiana’s vision with our own.

State Of Indiana Requirements

Computer science courses must be offered at all levels of education in Indiana. That means computer science classes must exist for all K – 12 schools.

Did you know?

Indiana passed policies in 2019 to drastically improve the equity in computer science. They have set strategies in place to target female students, rural areas, and other historically marginalized racial and ethnic groups and are underrepresented in computer science.

Indiana’s Core Computer Science Practices from the K-12 Framework:

  1. Fostering an Inclusive Computing Culture
  2. Collaborating Around Computing
  3. Recognizing and Defining Computational Problems
  4. Developing and Using Abstractions
  5. Creating Computational Artifacts
  6. Testing and Refining Computational Artifacts
  7. Communicating About Computing

Many of Rex's Features

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Works at home, in class, and on Chromebooks.

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Aligns with state and national education standards.

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Built for schools. Private, simple, and secure.

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No CS degree necessary. Optional teacher included.

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Detailed reporting tools and auto-grading.

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Real coding and real projects with realtime feedback.

Additional Rex Alignments

Rex Academy courses are also aligned to the following standards

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