Computer Science is everywhere! With the skills learned in the classroom, computer science students prepare for a variety of careers: game developer, data analyst, cybersecurity specialist, solutions architect, AI scientist, graphic designer and much more!

At a time when computer science affects how we work, play, and live, students with computer science experience are equipped to thrive in our evolving world. That’s why it’s imperative that we empower PreK-12 students to become computational thinkers as well as creators – instead of merely consumers – of the technology everywhere around them.

Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek) – an annual event dedicated to inspiring PreK-12 students to get excited about computer science – is an ideal time to spark excitement for computer science at your school and to discover resources to implement continued computer science learning all year long.

As a nonprofit organization providing transformative learning experiences to PreK-12 students and teachers across the U.S., Project Lead The Way is excited to participate in this initiative.


How to Celebrate CSEdWeek

Explore Rosie’s Runtime with Elementary Students

Bring computer science to life in your PreK-5 classroom with this unplugged PLTW Launch activity. In Rosie's Runtime, students get an introduction to computer science through an interactive game that rivals recess.

Download for Your Class

Create a PreK - 12 Computer Science Pathway

Join PLTW on Wednesday, December 7 at 4pm ET to learn how to add or expand computer science at your school as we celebrate Computer Science Education Week.

Register now

Become a Computer Science Advocate

Download the PLTW Computer Science white paper, “Our Duty to Prepare Students to Thrive”, and share with your network about the value of PreK-12 Computer Science education.


Fund Your PLTW Computer Science Program!

Learn More!
Pastevent Hero