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Project>Login staff are trained facilitators for CSforALL's SCRIPT Workshops in  Maine. SCRIPT Workshops can help districts identify actionable plans for implementing computer science curriculum. If you are interested in learning more; click the button below to fill out our general interest form or e-mail Angela Oechslie with any specific questions.

SCRIPT Interest Form


What is SCRIPT? 

The SCRIPT — the Strategic CSforALL Resource & Implementation Planning Tool — is a framework to guide teams of district administrators, school leaders, and educators through a series of collaborative visioning, self-assessment, and goal-setting exercises to create or expand upon a computer science education implementation plan for their students.

School districts and other local education organizations are the units of change toward creating rigorous, inclusive, and sustainable K-12 computer science education. The SCRIPT supports systems-level change by addressing six key areas: (1) Leadership, (2) Teacher Capacity and Development, (3) Curriculum and Materials Selection and Refinement, (4) Partners, (5) Community, and (6) Technology Infrastructure.

What Does A Workshop Look Like?

The workshops are generally two full days with an average of five participants from each district. Teams from each district are comprised of administration (both school and district level) and educators. We recommend having building admin, district admin, teachers, librarians/media specialists, tech directors or integrators, counselors, art teachers, curriculum leaders and others involved on your team.

Upcoming Workshops 

2-day SCRIPT Workshops are now being scheduled for 2024. If you would like one to happen in your area please email