Governor Wolf announced that Pennsylvania’s federally-required replacement to No Child Left Behind has received final approval from the U.S. Department of Education (USDE).
Governor Wolf announced that the State Board of Education has acted on the administration’s request to make computer science education available to all students in the commonwealth by endorsing Computer Science Teacher Association (CSTA) K-12 Standards.
Governor Wolf joined the National Math and Science Initiative at the state Capitol to recognize the impressive academic gains of several western Pennsylvania schools in the organization’s College Readiness Program, and he touted the state’s significant progress and investments in education to reverse years of cuts and prepare students with the skills for a rewarding career in the 21st century economy.
Governor Wolf joined parents, teachers and school administrators today to announce more improvements to standardized testing in Pennsylvania.
Building on his support of making computer science education available for all students, Governor Wolf joined the bipartisan Governors’ Partnership for K-12 Computer Science, a multi-state initiative organized by Code.org.