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 […]

The most compelling statistics on women’s participation in IT, in a pocket-sized format for easy distribution and saving.

Technology products and services must serve all populations equitably, which is not currently the case. Without diversity at the innovation table, technology will continue to

Intersectionality is a critical and necessary concept to develop effective programs to broaden the participation of women and girls in computing. This resource provides a

Computer Science (CS) — not computer literacy — underlies most innovation today, from biotechnology to geoscience to national security. Computer science teaches students design, logical

The NCWIT AspireIT Toolkit helps anyone interested in designing engaging and inclusive computer science experiences for K-12 students, with a focus on broadening the participation

The NCWIT Engagement Practices Framework outlines actions faculty can take in their classrooms and beyond to help broaden participation in computing. It is organized around

The NCWIT Scorecard is a place you can find data on trends in the participation in computing in the U.S. over time, by race and



The ACT Report is a collaboration led by four key partners — Snap Inc., NCWIT, PwC, and the Aspen Institute — as part of an

Recruit strategically to attract a diverse range of students to your undergraduate computing program.

In 2007 and 2012, the National Center for Women & Information Technology, in partnership with 1790 Analytics, published prior reports on gendered patterns in IT

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