Pathways are system-wide learning progressions for students and supporting resources for teachers.
Effective pathways are guided by three principles:
A pathway ensures that every student has consistent opportunities to learn computational thinking, not dependent on a particular teacher, school, or after-school club.
A pathway ensures that what a student learns this year isn’t just repeated next year but develops towards a broader goal.
A pathway focuses on learning by emphasizing the specific skills that students will develop, not only the tools they will use.