Just 45% of U.S. High Schools Offer Computer Science Education, While Gender and Racial Achievement Gaps Persist

Calls to address skills gaps in the tech industry still populate media coverage. But only 45% of U.S. high schools currently offer computer science classes. While others struggle to combat the gender disparity in tech, evidence indicates that girls show an equal interest and motivation in computer science if they’re able to take a course […]

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