Onramp Program: Community, Creativity, and Coding
The Onramp program reaches students in need and develops Idaho educators.
Through Community, Creativity, and Coding, we are building the state’s workforce.
The Onramp program integrates coding into the K-12 grade levels, using the Everyone Can Code curriculum. Teachers and students identify and propose technology-based solutions to community challenges.
Onramp is a unique partnership between three Idaho organizations (Boise State, CWI, and IDLA) and Apple. The partnership works with innovative school districts and teachers in and around the Treasure Valley.
Watch the Onramp Summer Academy report from KIVI News
Listen to the Onramp Program update on Idaho Matters
Boise State News article The ‘New Literacy’: Boise State Helps Bring Coding Skills to Classrooms in Need