86% formally trained in CS Ed and teaching CS in all 50 states
14% received new classroom tech to boost hands-on CS education.
40 teachers trained in Maker Education to support new Makerspaces in schools and libraries across 14 states.
13,081 Teachers
97% benefitted from CS classes instructed by newly trained CS teachers; 70% attended 264,220 CS education-focused events including hackathons, workshops, camps, in-school, and after school programs
2% experienced hands-on CS learning via new tech in classrooms
1% experienced hands-on CS learning via makerspaces
4,723,086 Students
92% benefitting from newly trained CS teachers on staff, and 87% hosted CS Hackathons, workshops, camps, or classes
7% can offer new learning experiences via donated tech
1% new Makerspaces exist in schools or libraries
21,345 Schools

Underrepresented groups: high poverty, rural, urban, African American, Latinx, Native American, female, or autistic/special needs.

Data is as of September 20, 2017