Prepare Florida Students with Future-Ready Skills

Now accepting enrollments for 2024-2025!

Lafayette County School District has partnered with to launch the Florida Rural Digital Literacy & Computer Science Program. The program is available to all public school districts and charter schools in counties with less than 15,000 K-12 student enrollments. The program is fully funded by the Florida Department of Education, which means there is no cost for your participation.

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Who is provides educators with solutions to prepare their students with critical digital literacy and computer science skills. Our K-12 curriculum engages students as they learn keyboarding, online safety, IT fundamentals, computational thinking, business applications, coding and more. 

Founded in 1999, partners with 1,300 school districts and serves more than 1.7 million students each year. Our award-winning products are designed to promote student engagement, support teacher instruction and prepare students for success in a digital world. 

One Platform, Two Powerful Curricula

Lafayette County School District and are excited to partner with Florida districts to bring educators across the state curriculum and training that will enable them to teach their students critical digital literacy and computer science skills using award-winning EasyTech and EasyCode curriculum.



Digital Literacy for All K-12 Students

EasyTech develops students' digital, computer science and STEM skills. Allowing for asynchronous instruction in both traditional and online classroom environments, EasyTech optimizes learning with hands-on practice and gamified content that culminate in real-world projects. 

Learn more about EasyTech.


EasyCode Pillars

Computer Programming Lessons for 6-8 

EasyCode Pillars equips students with the foundational computer programming skills they need to succeed in our digital world. By teaching text-based programming languages like Python, EasyCode Pillars helps students build career-ready coding and problem solving skills. 

Learn more about EasyCode Pillars.

Who is eligible for this program?

All Florida K-12 public school districts and charter schools in counties with student enrollment of 15,000 and under are eligible for the Florida Rural Digital Literacy & Computer Science program. Review the county map below to confirm your district qualifies.


How to Enroll is pleased to welcome you to the Florida Rural Digital Literacy & Computer Science Program. To start the process of providing access to's K-12 EasyTech and EasyCode curriculum, please complete our enrollment form below.

If you have additional questions please visit our FAQ or contact's Florida state program manager, David Francisco, at


Want to Learn More? 

Our team is ready to answer your questions and help you get started. Reach out to your Florida Program Manager David Francisco at We can't wait to show you how our award winning digital skills curriculum can help your district or school meet CIPA compliance, save teachers time, and teach students essential digital skills for the future. Check out our FAQs. 

Florida Rural Program Enrollment Form 

Frequently Asked Questions

Am I eligible to participate?
All Florida K-12 public school districts and charter schools in counties with student enrollment of 15,000 and under are encouraged to register to participate. The program is available for the 2024-2025 school year for schools serving students in grades K-12.

What does the training and implementation look like? will notify each participating district to schedule and deliver training. Access to the solution will be made available during the 2024-2025 school year. will work to optimize the implementation to the specific instructional objectives and strategy of each participating district.

Is there a cost to participate?
Florida has provided funding to cover all costs associated with participation. This program will measure the effectiveness of delivering digital literacy instruction to K-12 students and report back to the state.

How can I get started?
Any eligible Florida public school district or charter school interested in participating should register through the form above, or contact David Francisco at