For early participants of Girls Who Code, the program's impact is indelible
Four women who took a summer course in 2014 describe how it grew their interest in STEM and computer science well beyond high school.
Girls Who Code in D.C. show off programming skills to Congress
About 20 female high school students worked on programming projects to display to legislators.
USC business school teams up with Girls Who Code for summer boot camp
Forty high school girls will spend their summer learning coding and computer science at the USC Marshall School of Business.
Filmmaker explains why society needs to 'debug' gender gap in coding
Robin Hauser Reynolds directed a documentary feature film that explores why female and minority students lack access to computer science opportunities.
What to watch for at SXSWedu
Join us this week in Austin as we watch for the top movers and shakers in educational technology and digital learning.
FETC announces 2017 Advisory Board
The Future of Education Technology Conference, which recently held its annual gathering in January, announced top national tech leaders to serve on its new board.
Founder of Girls Who Code shares secrets to success
The 40-year-old entrepreneur may not be a coding expert – but the self-described feminist says she is passionate about helping women move up in their careers and find opportunities in tech fields.
Speakers and trends to watch at FETC
The Future of Education Technology Conference will bring together tech directors, administrators, startups and government officials. Here's our round-up of what you should look out for.