West Virginia is among the top 10 states nationwide to offer foundational computer science courses to public school students. West Virginia is a pioneer in creating a computer science K-12 pathway for all students. Governor Jim Justice signed Senate Bill 267 in 2019, which charged the WVDE with reaching all public-school students with computer science. This law makes the Mountain State one of the first to require all students to start their computer science education in elementary school and be exposed to a variety of computer science experiences throughout their K-12 career.
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