Q-and-A: Closing the gender gap in computer science

07/10/2013 | ScientificAmerican.com

Nonprofit Black Girls Code encourages students to develop computer-science skills through workshops offered nationwide. This summer, the group is hosting a series of one-day workshops as part of the Summer of CODE 2013. In this Q-and-A, founder Kimberly Bryant talks about some of the barriers girls face in computer science and why it's important for girls to learn about coding.

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