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Press Release 13-200
Increasing accessibility to computer science education across the U.S.

NSF awards to researchers, educational partners and teachers bring innovation to CS education

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Girls from the Georgia Computes summer camp  next to a laptop

Two girls from the Georgia Computes! summer camp for rising 4th to 6th graders use a LEGO WeDo kit to make a top spinner. They programmed the top spinner using Scratch so that it turned off the motor when they lifted the motor from the top

Credit: Georgia Computes!, Georgia Tech


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students gathered next to a rack of scientific equipment

A group of students from the Alliance for Access to Computing Careers watches with interest as they gather around a rack of scientific equipment.

Credit: DO-IT Center, University of Washington, Seattle


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student in a wheelchair uses adaptive keyboard

Access Computing Alliance--a student in a wheelchair holds a small wooden stick and types into the computer using an adaptive keyboard.

Credit: DO-IT Center, University of Washington, Seattle


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