Integrated Computing & Data Science, for all students.

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We craft free, research-based, integrated Computer Science and Data Science modules for Math, Science, Business and Social Studies classes grades 5-12.

By supporting non-CS teachers in delivering rigorous and engaging computing content in the classes that every student takes - regardless of gender, race, or background - Bootstrap is one of the largest providers of formal CS education to girls and underrepresented students nationwide: nearly 50% of our students are African-American or Latin(x), and nearly 45% are girls and young women.

Our team is based at Brown University, and serves teachers in 49 states and over 50 countries around the globe.

Our modules are designed so that teachers can mix-and-match content to fit their needs, whether to incorporate a few lessons, a 3-week unit, or a standalone course in data science, sophisticated interactive programming, or even an AP CS Principles course.

By leveraging the existing network of math, social studies, business and science teachers nationwide, Bootstrap is built to scale.

Most of our teachers have also attended a Professional Development Workshop, where they received specialized training to deliver the class.

If you're a school or district interested in partnering with Bootstrap, email us at

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Bootstrap thanks its supporters

The National Science Foundation, The Siegel Family Endowment, Bloomberg, Google, The Tides Foundation, TripAdvisor, Microsoft, Jane St. Capital, The Infosys Foundation, The Morris Family Foundation, Perl Nelson Family Foundation Inc., The ESA Foundation, Vint Cerf, Nathan Perez and Maia Taussig, Pi-Chuan Chang, Joshua Redel, Hubert Chao, Deborah Seidell and Gregory Marton, Christopher Meiklejohn, Andrew Rassmussen, Stefanie Tellex, Wendy and Jim Phillips

Bootstrap collaborates with faculty at several of the leading universities in computer science, including Brown University, Northeastern University, and the University of California at San Diego, as well as other institutions.