Be a change agent for identity-inclusive computing education.
AiiCE is a community of educators, organizations, government agencies and industry professionals whose shared vision is to make computing education inclusive and equitable through collective impact.
"We are passionate about removing the systemic barriers that have long impacted who can pursue computing courses and degrees."
Together, we have the power to transform computing education!
As a Member Organization, you will collaborate with other Senior Personnel to develop and/or support programs, resources, and activities that aid our vision. Member organizations are aligned with our shared vision and contribute to our efforts in four potential areas: Professional Development, Research, Curricula & Pedagogy, and Policy.
AiiCE provides opportunities for member organization engagement in various ways. This may include:
- Participating in professional development activities that aim to educate CS educators and teaching assistants on identity-inclusive topics.
- Collaborating on the identification, creation, and implementation of identity-inclusive courses, modules, and effective practices, along with improving learning pathways during the last two years of high school and the first two years of college.
- Contributing to policy discussions to influence postsecondary accreditation policies and empower high-school CS teachers to advocate for state-level, identity-inclusive policies.
- Engaging in mixed-methods research to measure the impact of AiiCE activities on CS educators and undergraduate cultural competence, department climates, and undergraduate entry, retention, and course/degree completion.
As a member organization, your engagement with AiiCE can make a meaningful difference in promoting inclusivity in computer science education.