1. AP Computer Science Draws in More Girls, Minorities

    AP Computer Science Draws in More Girls, Minorities

    AP Computer Science Draws in More Girls, Minorities By EdTech Share There were more young women taking an Advanced Placement (AP) computer science (CS) exam in 2016 than in 2007 through 2013 combined, mainly because of the College Board's new AP CS Principles course. The course emphasizes curiosity, instead of previous coding knowledge, as a tool for exercising creativity and collaboration. The change helped counter some of the more intimidating aspects of CS for girls.

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    1. The introduction of AP CS Principles this past school year was the largest College Board AP exam launch in history, and has skyrocketed participation in CS, especially among female students and minorities.