Software Industry Job Outlook and Desired Skills

Software engineers continue to have great job prospects in the U.S.

Introducing "Java Programming" 2021

Check out the great new features and updates to our Java Programming course for 2021!

Nuts and Bolts of Semester Transitions with CompuScholar

What do you need to do with your CompuScholar course when your school year transitions from Semester 1 to Semester 2?

CompuScholar in Spanish and Other Languages

It's easy to translate CompuScholar's text content into Spanish and other languages. Read this article to find out how!

Working with CompuScholar Quizzes and Tests

Let's explore some ways that teachers can configure, edit and add quizzes and tests in our online system.

Distance Learning with CompuScholar Courses

In this post, we discuss how CompuScholar's online system supports distance learners in today's virtual school environments.

4 Ways Teachers Can Learn Computer Coding for Free

Your students need to learn simple coding language, and you can help them do it! Here are 4 free avenues for your own professional development as a teacher of computer coding.

5 Reasons to Teach Game Programming in the Classroom

From critical thinking to creativity, game programming definitely has a place in schools. Here are five reasons to teach game programming and design.

5 Ways Students Benefit from Building Their Own Websites

Beyond the technical skills involved in building a website, students receive benefits in personal branding, professional networking, and more.

Should Programming Languages Count as Foreign Language Credit?

Should Java, Python, or other computer programming languages equate to foreign language credit for high school transcripts? Here’s one argument that learning to code is more like learning a second language than it is like math.