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42% of principals and 73% of superintendents say that there are no teachers available at their schools/in their districts with the necessary skills to teach computer science.

“Even when schools offer computer science education, there is evidence that it may be lacking the core elements.”

93% of parents feel that opportunities to learn CS are a good use of school resources.

The inability to hire and/or train teachers to lead computer science classes also prevents many schools/districts from offering computer science.

Above quotes and stats courtesy of results shared in a 2-year study, done as a Google and Gallup partnership to measure students’ early exposure to computer science and identify opportunities to influence growth in the industry.