Learning Computer Science through the Lens of Culture and Society, (LCS)2, is a project that seeks to increase the participation of Hispanic/Latino(a) high school students in computer science and encourage these students to explore higher education and careers in computer science.
To achieve its goals, the project involves a one-week workshop for high school students and a two-day workshop for high school STEM teachers in the Inland Empire. The workshops include computing activities that are closely tied to societal and cultural issues. These summer workshops take place at Crafton Hills College.
Thank you for all the students and teachers who participated in our summer 2013 workshops!
All of our workshop materials, including learning modules in both English and Spanish, are available on the Resources page.