Technology Education and Learning Support (TEALS) is a Digital Moment program in partnership with Microsoft Philanthropies that builds sustainable computer science (CS) programs in high schools, with a focus on serving students who are excluded from learning CS because of race, gender, or geography.
Technology Education and Learning Support (TEALS) believes all students should have equitable access to an inclusive computer science education, creating a pathway to economic opportunity. The program helps classroom teachers learn to teach computer science on their own, pairing them with industry volunteers and proven curriculum. Since its launch in Canada in 2018, more than 1,000 high school students have received social science training through TEALS. In Canada, TEALS is currently offered in the British Columbia region.