At Rex, we have matched Kansas’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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In 2019, Kansas adopted the CSTA K-12 Computer Science Standards to increase the availability of computer science education for all of its students.

“To be well-educated citizens in a computing-intensive world and to be prepared for careers in the 21st century, our students must have a clear understanding of the principles and practices of computer science. The Kansas P-12 Computer Science Model Standards delineate a core set of learning objectives designed to provide the foundation for a complete computer science curriculum and its implementation at the P–12 level.”

Source: Kansas Department of Education

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

State Of Kansas Requirements

Kansas requires all secondary schools to offer at least one computer science course beginning in the 2023 – 2024 school year.

Locally approved computer science courses may count towards graduation requirements but it is ultimately a district decision.

Did you know?

Kansas adopted new computer science standards in 2019.

Kansas aligns quite well to CSTA and ISTE standards and therefore has five core computer science concepts and 7 core practices:

5 Core Concepts:

  1. Computing Systems
  2. Networks and the Internet
  3. Data Analysis
  4. Algorithms and Programming
  5. Impacts of Computing

7 Core Practices:

    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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