Earlier this year, the Alabama State Board of Education (SBOE) approved a set of education standards in the areas of Digital Literacy and Computer Science (DLCS) that makes Alabama an early adopter in establishing a statewide digital learning and computer science standards framework.
Last Thursday, the SBOE received its first recommendations for adoption of textbooks for DLCS learning.
- The Alabama State Department of Education: 50 North Ripley Street, Montgomery
- The University of Alabama at Birmingham (Mervyn-Sterne)
- Troy University Dothan; Wallace Community College in Hanceville
- University of Alabama-Huntsville
- Jacksonville State University (Houston Cole)
- Mobile Public Library, Mobile
- Alabama Southern Community College
- The University of Alabama (McLure), Tuscaloosa