Gov. Hutchinson to discuss computer science education

Little ROCK, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — Governor Asa Hutchinson will discuss aspects of his 2021-22 National Governors Association Chairman’s Initiative, K-12 Personal computer Science Training, at a Chairman’s Initiative Roundtable in Bentonville, Ark., a press release declared.

Governor Invoice Lee of Tennessee will be signing up for Hutchinson on March 17 to kick off the celebration and take part in the roundtable.

Following Gov. Hutchinson’s introduction, he will start off a panel discussion on point out computer system science initiatives, joined by Arkansas Secretary of Instruction Johnny Important, Missouri Commissioner of Education Margie Vandeven, and computer system science education and learning supervisors from Alabama, Louisiana, and South Carolina.

Gov. Lee will then commence yet another panel with learners from Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Tennessee who will share their perspectives on the significance on computer science schooling.

The governors’ roundtable will be led by Gov. Hutchinson, concentrating on initiatives inside states to grow K-12 education and learning in the matter.

The occasion will be held on Thursday at 9 a.m. at the 21c Museum Hotel, situated at 200 NE A St. in Bentonville, Ark.