CS - Partner Organizations

The success of expanding computer science education would not be possible without the dynamic partnerships that have been developed between organizations throughout the state. Check out our partners to explore the outstanding work that they are engaged in to ensure that all Maine students have access to high-quality computer science education experiences.

Interested in partnering with us? Contact Emma-Marie Banks, Computer Science Specialist at emma-marie.banks@maine.gov

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Computer Science Teacher's Association: Maine

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Maine CSTA is a regional chapter of the national Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA). The mission of the Maine chapter is to further the mission of the CSTA and to provide a professional learning community for teachers of computer science in all grades K-graduate school in Maine. As a chapter, CSTAME believes all Maine students should have access to the computational thinking skills computer science education develops. These skills empower Maine citizens to face the complex, open-ended problems of tomorrow.

Click here to learn more about CSTA Maine.

Project Login

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Maine has lots of great jobs in IT and computing, and lots of smart kids and adults capable of doing the work. Project>Login is all about bringing them together.

A program of Educate Maine, Project>Login is the state’s leading resource for anyone interested in the computing and IT field.

Click here to learn more about Project Login.

Maine Math and Science Alliance (MMSA)

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The Maine Math & Science Alliance (MMSA) finds inspiring new ways to get people excited about science, technology, engineering and math today, so that our youth can become the innovators and workforce of tomorrow. MMSA supports educators to teach science, technology, engineering and math in more meaningful ways by developing professional development experiences for K-12 educators, conducting research and evaluation of STEM learning experiences, and building relationships and networks to sustain systemic statewide improvement.

Click here to learn more about Maine Math and Science Alliance (MMSA).

The Maine Center for Research in STEM Education (RiSE)

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The Maine Center for Research in STEM Education(RiSE Center) conducts research into education at all levels of instruction within the disciplines of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (the STEM disciplines). We also work to integrate education research into STEM teaching and learning through our many programs, projects, and partnerships.

Click here to learn more about the Maine Center for Research in STEM Education (RiSE).