This set of eleven TECHNOLOchicas 3.0 11″ x 17″ posters portray Latina technologists from diverse backgrounds and environments.

The National Science Foundation (NSF) is committed to addressing the lack of diversity in the computing workforce by encouraging practices and programs that focus on

There is consensus among researchers that encouragement matters and plays a critical role in engaging more young women and girls in computing. Here are some

This customizable PowerPoint presentation is an excellent resource for schools who wish to educate their community about computer science, to teach about the importance of

Schools across the country and around the world are working to increase access to quality CS education. But while CS classes and opportunities are expanding,

Three out of five schools in the U.S. do not offer computing courses that include programming or coding, yet we know that computing jobs are

Computer Science-in-a-Box: Unplug Your Curriculum introduces fundamental building blocks of computer science — without using computers. Use it with students ages 9 to 14 to

Use this guide to help identify common misunderstandings that surface when people talk about how to increase the participation of women. Learn to spot “red

Student influencers such as formal and informal educators and parents are eager to direct students to viable education opportunities in computing. Consider these key points

Knowledge of computer science (CS) is fundamental to students’ future careers. This guide provides educators with context and concrete steps to build and expand inclusivity

Encouragement increases self-efficacy, which is the belief in one’s ability to successfully perform a task. Because we are more likely to engage in tasks that

Culturally Responsive Computing (CRC) programs help educators connect computing curriculum to the interests, prior experiences, and needs of students diverse in race, class, ability, and

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