|Founder and Co-Editor:||Nicol R. Howard, PhD - Assistant Professor at the University of Redlands, School of Education|
|Founder and Co-Editor:||Keith E. Howard, PhD - Associate Professor at Chapman University, College of Educational Studies|
The Journal of Computer Science Integration (JCSI) is an open access, peer-reviewed journal. All content is freely available at no cost to users or their institutions, and that content is free from most copyright and licensing restrictions. This publication features commentary on key issues related to the integration of computer science in K12 education. There is no charge for submission to or publication in JCSI. The journal editors follow the Code of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for editors outlined by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
Call for Manuscripts: The Journal of Computer Science is pleased to announce a call for its Inaugural Issue. JCSI invites the submission of manuscripts which inform the integration of computer science, formally and informally, in K-12 education.
Call for Reviewers: JCSI is also seeking to expand its pool of reviewers. If interested, please complete the interest form at the following link: bitly.com/JCSIreviewers
Preservice Teacher Perceptions of Coding in Literacy Instruction
Denise K. Frazier and Anastasia M. Trekles
Coding Success through Math Intervention in an Elementary School in Rural Amish Country
Megan Brannon and Elena Novak
All Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science is Not Created Equal: A Comparison of AP Computer Science A and Computer Science Principles
Douglas D. Havard and Keith E. Howard
Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science Principles: Searching for Equity in a Two-Tiered Solution to Underrepresentation
Keith E. Howard and Douglas D. Havard
Lessons Learned from a District-wide Implementation of a Computer Science Initiative in the District of Columbia Public Schools
Kenneth Alonzo Anderson, Legand L. Burge III, Troy J. Shine, Marlon Mejias, and Ketly Jean-Pierre