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The Inland Code Consortium, led by Riverside Unified School District, is a partnership of district and county offices in Southern California working to implement and expand CS offerings for all students.

Girls who take AP Computer Science in high school are ten times more likely to major in it in college, and Black and Hispanic students are seven times more likely.

“We have to emphasize technology and coding as an attainable career path for all students and encourage diversity in these fields because these are future-proof fields that will continue to grow and offer a wide spectrum of fulfilling and high-paying jobs,” -Dr. Angelov Farooq, RUSD Board of Education

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