Creative Technology Research Lab - an educational research lab at the University of Florida investigating how to meaningfully engage all learners in technology-mediated learning with a focus on K-12 computer science and computational thinking.
Critical CS Education - an RPP looking at how we teach CS in a way that helps youth harness its power while recognizing its capacity for harm from the University of Washington
CT4EDU project - an RPP between Michigan State University, Oakland Schools, and the American Institute for Research wit a focus on supporting teacher development of computational thinking skills in elementary grades.
csedresearch.org- a 501c3 non-profit organization with a mission to improve K-12 CS education for all children by enabling and disseminating exemplary evidence-driven research, with a focus on identifying culturally relevant promising practices and transforming student learning.
Computer Science for All in SF - the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) has committed to expand computer science education to all students at all schools, beginning in pre-kindergarten and extending through 12th grade.
Computing for ANyONe- designing for equity and inclusion from CANON Lab, includes Action Fractions, Scratch Encore, TIPP&SEE
DevTech Research Group - from Tufts University aims to understand how new technologies that engage in coding, robotics and making, can play a positive role in children’s development and learning and includes Coding as Another Language.
Elementary Computing for All- a weekly Scratch-based curriculum for all elementary students to learn computational thinking from University of Chicago & UC Irvine School of Education.
Everyday Computing - a collaborative NSF STEM+C project which seeks to understand how to integrate computational thinking into elementary mathematics from University of Florida, University of Chicago, University of Illinois, Michigan State University & Loyola University Chicago.
Exploring Computer Science- exploring the state of computer science education and developing evidence-based programs for nearly ten years. ECS projects and teams are housed at UCLA and University of Oregon.
Kapor Center - with a mission to level the playing field in tech, they publish research and share presentations about K-12 CS education.
Make to Learn - The Laboratory School for Advanced Manufacturing (Lab School) established by UVA is an incubator for exploration of ways in which school Maker Spaces can be used to enhance both formal and informal learning.
NYC CS4All - a 10-year, $81 million public-private partnership between the City of New York and the private sector, designed to bring computer science education to every student in NYC public schools