As a winner of the NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing Educator Award in Puerto Rico, I would like to thank everyone at NCWIT and at Google for the opportunity they are bringing to teachers and young women to really make the difference. Thanks to the Award, many doors were opened to me.
Did you know that U.S. schools with a majority of African-American students are twice as likely to have teachers with little experience as majority white schools in the same district? Recently released demographic data from approximately 7,000 school districts, released by the Department of Education, shed light on the differences in U.S. educational opportunities and resources.
We had a great time at our annual NCWIT Summit last month in New York City, and for all of those who attended - we hope you did, too!
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Hello from New York City! We're excited to be here at NYU's Kimmel Center (hosted by the Games for Learning Institute) to kick off our annual Summit on Women and IT. We've got a ton of work to do over the next three days on a range of topics, such as ...
More than 1,000 admitted "prefrosh" to MIT’s class of 2015 gathered on campus recently for 72 fun-filled, education-packed hours. Students came from across the country, and across the world for that matter, all eager to learn about this infamous institution and whether or not it would be a place to call home for the next four years. I found myself lost among the nearly 700 events held during all hours of the weekend; there was too little time and too much to do, a strikingly familiar mantra for students studying at MIT.