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Girls are missing out on tech

Since 1999, the Computer Science AP exam consistently has had the lowest female percentage of any AP exam, hovering at 18%.
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Since 1999, the Computer Science AP exam consistently has had the lowest female percentage of any AP exam, hovering at 18%. 1

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In 2009, women earned 57% of all undergraduate degrees and 42% of undegraduate math degrees.

In the same year, women earned 18% of undergraduate computing degrees and about 25% of associate or graduate computing degrees.2

1 The College Board, AP National Summaries, 1999-2009
2 U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data Sys tem, 2008-2009

Source: www.ncwit.org/scorecardflash. ©2011 National Center for Women & Information Technology. All rights reserved.

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