by Code Red Education
Code Red Education provides a complete computer science and coding curriculum for K-12 schools. Code Red also offers a suite of learning materials and professional development for educators on how to teach computer science and coding in the classroom. This licensed curriculum incorporates certification programs to qualify students for computer science and technical jobs upon graduation from high school.
Code Red Education offers a complete K-12 coding curriculum that teaches students computer science skills, computer coding language fluency, and entrepreneurship. The company also partners with K-12 school districts to provide a suite of coding courses and computer science job placement services for their students. The coding education startup also offers training services to teach educators how to best use their coding curriculum in the classroom.
The Code Red Education package consists of twelve grade curricula each with 20-25 lessons. K-12 teachers use Code Red as the core curriculum to teach students computer science and coding, complete with lesson plans, student coding projects, and assessments. The curriculum is designed to allow teachers to move at their own pace, with room to supplement the materials with their own ideas and models.
The Code Red Education curriculum also incorporates certification programs to qualify students for computer science and technical jobs upon graduation from high school.
District administrators and school leaders can introduce the Code Red curriculum into their schools by contacting Code Red Education on their website. Once a school district has decided to implement the coding education startup, Code Red personnel and consultants run professional development sessions in the district to help teachers most effectively use the coding curriculum in the classroom.
Computers are needed to teach the Code Red Education curriculum. Learning materials can be installed on PC and Mac systems.
Code Red Education is a license-based service with an annual per-student pricing plan. Schools or districts pay $5 per student per year plus $500 per building for training and customer support. The per-student charge is based on all students enrolled in a district or school.
Code Red also provides a subscription service for annual updates to the curriculum, additional training, and new materials distributed twice a year.
WHO IS USING IT
As of July 2014, Code Red Education was being used in more than 30 schools. More than 500 teachers are teaching the Code Red curriculum to over 25,000 students.
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