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Comp Sci in MN Public High Schools: Successes + Failures from an Educator and a Student

by Andrew Haisting | 2:00 – 2:50 in Learn | View Schedule

Background

Rosemount High School (RHS) boasts one of the largest and most advanced Computer Science programs in the state of MN. It is not uncommon to have graduates of RHS leave with two semesters of college CS credit, entering college programs as Sophomores. Hear the story of how Tom and Andrew started this program 5 years ago and discuss the state of CS in public education as a whole.

Dr. Thomas Reinartz

Formerly an English teacher, Tom now teaches exclusively Comp Sci at RHS.

Andrew Haisting

RHS alum, Currently an Android Engineer at Livefront.

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Andrew Haisting

Andrew makes android apps at Livefront.


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