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Computer science is one area in which female presence relative to men is static or even shrinking. Some experts say that factors driving women away will eventually drive men away as well. What does this mean for the future? View External Website
This paper reports on the research and recommendations of the CSTA (Computer Science Teachers Association) Teacher Certification Task Force, and addresses the crisis in computer science teacher preparation and certification. Primarily, this paper focuses on the Task Force's recommended models for teacher preparation and certification in computer science. View External Website
Invitacion para enviar contribuciones sobre los esfuerzos en la region latinoamericana para 'promover a las mujeres en la ciencia' a traves de programas para ninas, jovencitas y mujeres. La informacion se incorporara al panel 'Promoting Women in Science Across Cultures: The Contribution of Science Centres' a realizarse durante el Sexto Congreso Mundial de Centros de Ciencia (6SCWC) del 4 al 8 de setiembre, 2011, en Ciudad del Cabo. Consultar el viÂnculo para conocer el modo de enviar las contribuciones. View External Website
A Kaiser Family Foundation StudyView External Website
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