empowering educators improving outcomes

Solutions to increase access and inclusivity in education

partnering for change

The challenge

People ages 15-24 make up 18% of the global population but 40% of the unemployed. Education unlocks opportunity for these young people, and computer science education in particular can play an instrumental part in increasing opportunity. And yet, computer science education isn’t accessible in many parts of the world. Even in our home state of Utah, computer science isn’t offered in every school something we’re working to change.

In order to close the tech skills gap, we must change how we teach technology. Formal education doesn’t keep up with the pace of technology, so most students don’t have access to the skills they will need to succeed in the world. The impact is exponential when teachers don’t have the tools, skills or resources they need to lead students and create problem-solvers.

our approach

Our multifaceted solution

We're working with leading organizations to co-create affordable solutions that empower and strengthen the technology skills of computer science educators and students. We also focus our volunteerism, advocacy efforts and investments on changing how the world learns technology.

our advocacy

Promoting change through advocacy & volunteerism

Pluralsight One and Code.org collaborate on advocacy efforts to expand access to computer science education for all students. We work with Code.org’s regional partners to implement programming and resources. Pluralsight employees also volunteer for Code.org’s Hour of Code and other skills-based initiatives.

our investments

Investing for global impact

Pluralsight One Fund* is contributing $1.5M to Code.org over three years to further our shared goal of increasing access to and improving inclusivity in computer science education. The grant enables Code.org to grow their resources for teachers and students and expand internationally by making its platform more accessible.

For teachers

We’re helping teachers learn the latest computer science concepts and programming trends by partnering with the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) to give free access to courses that align to national computer science certification exams and discounted access to our entire platform.

CSTA+ free access

Develop your skills to pass national computer science certification exams and bring knowledge back to your students.

  • 30+ courses (100+ hours) on programming concepts, data science, security and more
  • 12 months of access
  • Skill assessments to benchmark your ability
  • Learning paths to learn the right skills in the right order
  • Channels to focus learning on your goals
  • Mobile and offline viewing to learn anytime, anywhere

FREE for validated CSTA+ members

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CSTA+ full platform discount

Master new skills and keep up with the latest technology trends

  • Thousands of expert-authored courses in cloud, mobile, security and data
  • Skill assessments to benchmark your ability
  • Learning paths to learn the right skills in the right order
  • Channels to focus learning on your goals
  • Mobile and offline viewing to learn anytime, anywhere
  • Projects to practice applying skills in real-world scenarios
  • Interactive courses to build foundational knowledge with confidence

Deeply discounted for validated CSTA+ members

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For students

Students who participate in Code.org’s AP Computer Science Principles curriculum can build on those skills, go further in-depth and continue their learning journey with free access to Pluralsight courses in software development, IT ops and more.

Code.org AP Computer Science student access

Advance your students’ futures by enabling them to build in-demand skills and learn from expert technologists

  • Dozens of expert-led courses
  • Topics in networking, help desk, databases, programming, game dev and more
  • Skill assessments to benchmark your ability
  • Learning paths to learn the right skills in the right order
  • Channels to focus learning on your goals
  • Mobile and offline viewing to learn anytime, anywhere

Code.org will share redemption codes with their teachers when this access becomes available.

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