Hi @dschneberger ,
I believe code.org’s CSA curriculum won’t be officially released until the '22-23 school year.
I had taught code.org’s previous CSP curriculum as well as CSD curriculum. I tried out Edhesive’s CSA curriculum but this was in a pretty limited capacity several years ago (I believe they’re on their at least 2nd iteration of the curriculum, whereas I’m pretty sure I had my students on the 1st).
What I remember from it was that it was taught by Rebecca Dovi, who is a fantastic teacher, and that I believe it was designed so that students can basically self-study from it - vs code.org’s curriculum that’s meant to be taught in a classroom setting, led by a teacher. The pedagogical approaches are different - although I wouldn’t go as far to say Edhesive is “traditional” like most online courses, it’s somewhat both a strength and weaknesses that the overall delivery method can act as a self-study course.
Again, this is based on my experience maybe 4-5 years ago and having used it for a handful of months (I started with CodeHS that started out fine then started falling apart, so I jumped ship mid-year to Edhesive).