Welcome to the Kean University Computer Science Hub
Focusing on research and action to identify, create, and sustain a primary pathway in computer science education for students and educators across New Jersey.
Other resources for K-12 information on the CS standards:
CSTA NJ is hosting CS PD week August 8-12. Click here for more information, and to register.
NJ DOE CS standards page: https://www.nj.gov/education/standards/compsci/Index.shtml
FDU hub -- www.fducshub.com
Rutgers hub -- www.rutgerscshub.com
More hubs coming soon!
This site and Kean CS hub activities were funded by a NJ DOE grant, April 2021 through August 2022.
Praxis CS Exam Help and Scholarships
The Kean CS Hub provides scholarships to obtain CS Foundations and WeTeachCS Coaching that helps to prepare for the Praxis CS exam.
Those registered with us for 2022 will receive $1000 for successful completion of the Praxis CS exam (#5652). Register here.
All those who joined the initiative in 2022 have until July 31, 2022 to submit the scores. Please let us know your test date in advance so we can adjust our plans accordingly, as this grant concluded in August 2022.
Note: There is the option to select a test without picking a state. The screenshot on the left indicates where to click in order to do this.
Our Lending Library is Open!
Counselors for Computing
Advising for Future-Ready Careers Webinars
Advising for Future-Ready Careers is a monthly webinar series, hosted by NCWIT Counselors for Computing (C4C), providing information and resources to help counselors join the front line of the computing conversation. This webinar series is free and open to the public, ages 16 and up – geared toward school counselors, educators, graduate students, and those in school advising roles.
Check out our Counselors for Computing page to sign up for the next event.
Here are some of the great people we work with!
Kean CS Hub MAP- our CS PL teachers and educators are from all over NJ! Join us!
Equitable access to computer science education
Provide resources to schools and school districts to expanding CS education across grades K-12 in the classroom or through extra-curricular activities.