Michigan Computer Science Teachers Association (MiCSTA) formed!

The Michigan Computer Science Teachers Association (MiCSTA) was formed Thursday, March 11, 2010 at a meeting with the Special Interest Group for Computer Science (SIGCS) of the Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning (MACUL). Several CSTA members were present and all saw the benefits of the CSTA. We agreed to form the chapter, and elected officers.

This is the beginning. Computer science teachers in Michigan have begun to form a community for growth and to speak for the interest of computer science in Michigan.

We decided to have Rich Lamb (Cranbrook Schools) hold both the offices of secretary and treasurer (due to the fact there are no funds). Linda Downer (Dundee High School) became Vice President, and Barry Webster (Detroit Country Day School) became president.

The next steps are to make sure all who have expressed an interest in membership are (or become) CSTA members and to make the group an official CSTA chapter.

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