Technology Education And Literacy in Schools
Computer Science in Every High School
TEALS aims to eventually become a sustainable non-profit organization that connects high-tech companies and professionals with schools to fulfill technology literacy and computer science classroom needs at scale on a state and national level.
For the 2012-2013 school year, TEALS is partnered with 35 schools in 7 states.
For the 2011-2012 school year TEALS has 13 partner schools in 4 school districts and have a reach of 800+ students.
TEALS was partnered with the following schools for the 2011-2012 school year:
Issaquah High School
(2010 partner school)
Ballard High School (2010 partner school)
Cleveland High School (2010 partner school)
Nathan Hale High School (2010 partner school)
Garfield High School
Ingraham High School
Liberty High School
Rainer Beach High School
Skyline High School
Technology Access Foundation Academy
Lake Washington High School
Juanita High School
Eastlake High School
|District||School||% UR minority*||% Free / reduced meals||%Math EOC Exam&||%Science Proficient#|
|Federal Way||TAF Academy||40.1||50.7||48.5||23.5|
* Underrepresented minorities include African Americans, Hispanics, American Indians and Pacific Islanders (where data is available).
& Percent of students passing Geometry EOC (End of Course) Exam
# 10th Grade Measurement of Student Progress and High School Proficiency Exam (MSP/HSPE)
In our pilot 2010-2011 school year, we had 10 TEALS teachers teaching six classes to over 250 students at four Puget Sound area high schools across two school districts.
TEALS currently teaches the following classes:
2011-2012 TEALS partner school locations