Computing: Sheridan County Schools Bring New Standards for Teaching Computing in Classrooms | Local News

SHERIDAN – New IT content standards, developed by a Wyoming Department of Education task force and promulgated by the State Board of Education, will take effect in the 2022-23 school year, generating new skills computers that students should learn in class.

In school districts in Sheridan County – like school districts across the state – the new standards have required additional training for teachers and created opportunities for the integration of computer science education into many types lesson in the classroom, especially in the elementary grades, district officials said.

Margaret O’Hara is a reporter for The Sheridan Press.

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