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Skills for the future: The case for K-12 computer science education

from Center for American Progress

Join the Center for American Progress for a discussion about the importance of K-12 computer science education for maintaining U.S. economic competitiveness, preparing students for the good jobs of the future, and expanding opportunities for underrepresented communities. Currently, there are more than 500,000 unfilled computing jobs, but U.S. universities produced only 40,000 computer science graduates in 2014. Of those 40,000 graduates, only 9 percent are Hispanic and 8 percent African American. It is critical that all students, regardless of their racial backgrounds or zip codes, have access to the jobs of the future, which increasingly require computer science training. more

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