ECEP states develop tools and resources that can be adapted in other states, or used as models from which to develop your own resources.
Designed to onboard administrators as advocates for CS education, the CS Equity Guide is an incredible resource developing your CS education network of committed and engaged leaders.
Recognizing the need for good data to drive state strategic planning, professional development, and advocacy, the Connecticut State Department of Education developed the Computer Science Course Reporting Guidance tool and accompanying webinar. This is a solid example for other states looking to streamline their data collection and utilization efforts.
The 2022 Massachusetts Digital Literacy and Computer Science Curriculum Guide helps school and district leaders in Massachusetts to select the CS curriculum most appropriate for their students. This is an open source guide that can be adapted to your state.