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CSTA

(Computer Supported Telephony Application) An international standard interface between a network server and a telephone switch (PBX) established by the European Computer Manufacturers Association (ECMA).
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CSTA mapped the intersection of its proposed instructional standards to those of the Common Core.
The continuing drop in students taking AP CS is a serious warning sign about the state of computing in this country, as a student taking AP typically indicates his or her interest in majoring in that field in college or pursuing a career in that area," said Chris Stephenson, CSTA executive director, in a statement.
Allen retired from IBM Research four years ago, but she remains active in many organizations including the CSTA where she serves on their Advisory Council.
CSTA said that it intends to bring greater exposure to the study of computer science in the K-12 sector and that it is critical that students build computer science skills at an early age.
Based on SIP, XML and CSTA standards, it is designed to allow Istanbul, as well as LCS, to tap into Mitel's IP-based solutions.
The consortium overseeing the studies is composed of the CSTA, the counties of San Bernardino and Kern, the cities of Lancaster and Palmdale, and the Western Commercial Space Center, a Central California organization that promotes private investment in space operations.
AUDIENCE: CSTA members, staff and their distributors
Within the next year Legal Aid went through many changes and faced the challenge of declining funds as CETA, CSTA, and Title XX were reduced or eliminated.
as well as several of the current CTI application program interfaces (APIs) such as CSTA, TSAPI, and TAPI.
Social Justice and the Catholic School Teachers' Association: A Historical Perspective of the CSTA in British Columbia.
Additionally, the CSTA standards will enable Pennsylvania to develop its Computer Science Certifications Pathways, and will provide guidance on ways students can apply a computer science course toward a math or science graduation credit under Act 86 of 2016.
CSTA and ISTE, in collaboration with leaders from higher education, industry, and K-12 education, developed an operational definition of computational thinking as a problem-solving process that includes, but is not limited to, the following elements: (a) Formulating problems in a way that enables us to use a computer and other tools to help solve them; (b) Logically organizing and analyzing data; (c) Representing data through abstractions, such as, models and simulations; (d) Automating solutions through algorithmic thinking (i.