Superintendent Kirstin Baesler has approved and adopted North Dakota’s first set of Computer Science and Cybersecurity Content Standards as written and reviewed by ND educators and content experts, ncluding TechND representatives.
These new standards are part of the ND Department of Public Instruction’s (DPI) ND Computer and Cyber Science Education Initiative (CCS Initiative) that will provide the state with an updated vision of what students need to know, understand, and be able to do on their path to becoming digital citizens in a global society. This initiative would make North Dakota the first state in the nation to provide technology and security fundamentals to all K-12 students.
TechND is a partner in the CCS Initiative being led by DPI. TechND supports DPI’s efforts to provide technology and secuity fundamentals for all North Dakota students by adopting K-12 computer and cyber science standards.