Charlotte Dungan

Charlotte Dungan is the AI Program Architect at the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics. After 10 years working as a computer programmer, she earned an education degree with concentrations in K-12 English and History alongside her programming work. She holds a Master’s Degree in Education from Harvard University where she conducted research with computer science educators and developed teacher support materials. At the national level, she is creating guidelines for K-12 AI education and works to expand CS education in rural and underserved areas. She recently won an Aspirations in Computing award from NCWIT.

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Connected computing: An NC Zoo and NCSSM partnership with rural schools statewide

In five rural schools across North Carolina, students file into a library or media room and tune into their daily...