In stuck in the shallow end jane margolis and her team explore racial disparities in computer science by studying structural details as well as the belief systems and psychological aspects that influence true access this book shows that having physical access to computers is not the same as having intellectual access to computer science stuck in the shallow end should be required reading . When i agreed to read and comment onstuck in the shallow end education race and computingi could not have imagined that a researchbased document could have stirred such visceral reactions from sorrow to rage from despair to hopethe book tells stories about the struggle of young people to make a place for themselves in a knowledge based economy through the study of computing about . As documented in stuck in the shallow end margolis et al 2017 course demographics are closely correlated with the relative rigor and prestige of computing courses low income students and . Stuck in the shallow end race education and computing date december 4 2008 speaker and has written widely about the gender and race gap in computer science margolis is the author of many journal articles and books including unlocking the clubhouse women in computing related info research labs microsoft research lab redmond. Stuck in the shallow end education race and computing view share the number of african americans and latino as receiving undergraduate and advanced degrees in computer science is disproportionately low and relatively few of these high school students receive the kind of institutional encouragement educational opportunities and
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