Bring inclusive computer science to your high school

Thank you for your interest in building equitable, inclusive computer science programs in high schools. TEALS (Technology Education and Learning Support) is a Microsoft Philanthropies program that builds sustainable computer science programs in high schools, with a focus on serving students excluded from learning CS because of race, gender, or geography. The TEALS Program connects high school teachers with tech industry experts to create sustainable high school computer science programs in the US and Canada. For more than ten years, TEALS has connected over 95,000 high school students to rigorous, high-quality computer science education, which provides them with the CS skills needed for in-demand roles. High school students who have access to inclusive and equitable computer science (CS) gain entry to a pathway to economic opportunity that is currently out of reach for many students.

We are currently accepting new partner school applications for the 2023-24 school year, apply using the form below if you are ready to bring CS into your high school. If you need additional information on how TEALS partners with you, sign up for a school info session to learn more and if you have any questions, please contact us.

New School Application

If this is your first time applying on behalf of your school, we ask that you create a TEALS account so you can save your application and complete it later if necessary. If you already have an account, please click here to log in.

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