Microsoft to Invest in Computer Science Teachers Association
The tech giant will give CSTA $2 million over the next three years
Since becoming executive director of the Computer Science Teachers Association last February, Jake Baskin has focused on revamping and expanding the organization to provide more support, new resources, and additional value for its members.
But all of that costs money, and that’s where Microsoft Philanthropies comes in. The charitable arm of tech giant announced earlier this month that it was giving CSTA $2 million over the next three years.
“As a longtime partner of the organization, Microsoft Philanthropies understands the need to support and foster CS educators and build the community of qualified CS teachers,” said Baskin. “They were excited by the new vision and saw how their support and resources could accelerate our transformation.”
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