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I can't name one female programmer

Tags: Education, STEM


By Matt, 17 in Neville Island
Recorded at Cornell High School on February 19, 2016
Description:
In the second half of this interview, Matt responds to a statistic about gender representation in the STEM workforce (men greatly outnumber women).



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