Small Grants for CS Education

If you are involved in K-12 computer science education you really owe it to yourself to join the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) And if you are a member of CSTA than you received this announcement in the last week or so. But just in case you are not a CSTA member (yet right?) I thought I should post this CSTA Blast for your information.

ACM's SIGCSE (Special Interest Group for Computer Science Education) has a small grants program (up to $5000) for member projects in CS education, and that this is a good time to think about it.

Almost any material development, study, or other work likely to be of interest to the SIGCSE community is eligible for consideration.

You can see examples of past projects, as well as details of the proposal process, at

The next round of proposal reviews is slated for mid-August, so if you have something in mind this is the time to start fleshing out a proposal (on your way home from ITiCSE, but before you start writing your Symposium papers :-). Submit proposals via email to; anything received by August 15 will be reviewed in the mid-August round.

Comments (1)

  1. Rajesh Tiwari says:


     This is interesting. I like this.In the present time every person know the computer knowledge is very important.So this is a very important.

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