At every age and stage deserve the tools and skills that set them up for success in building the future they want for themselves.

It’s important to make sure everyone has access to the collaborative, coding, and technical skills that can unlock opportunities in the careers and beyond.

Technology can create richer learning environments and improve learning outcomes, but not all students benefit equally from these advances.

  • We’re invested in making education more equitable for students in all communities. 
  • I work alongside communities to close CS education equity gaps, supporting innovative organizations like Scratch, and linux foundation to help all students learn computer science and digital skills, working toward tech-based careers.

More than 65% of students will work in jobs that don’t even exist today,  but a majority of young people aren’t yet developing the problem-solving skills or and basic digital competencies they’ll need to be prepared for that future.

I am thankful to everyone who played a role in making big impact – speakers, contributors, attendees, the planning committee, and more. 

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