“I try my best to help erase the stereotypes and biases that females and people of color face in computer science,” Tonya says.
Maria set out to build a computer science pathway at her school without guarantees of support from the administration or interest from the students.
Michelle works to bring computer science skills to every student, not just the ones who happen to attend schools with CS pathways.
Long before he became an educator, Jigar was already accustomed to challenging those around him to see from a new perspective.
The winning projects illustrate the diverse applications being developed by the next generation of computer scientists.
Andrea Wilson Vazquez is the deputy director of the Expanding Computing Education Pathways (ECEP) Alliance
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Krystal is no stranger to finding creative ways to bring attention to the often overlooked, yet extremely gifted, minoritized students in her area.
“Every student enters the classroom with their own backstory and life experiences that are unique to them.”
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