Bryanne’s experience was unusual. Computer science remains unapproachable for many despite efforts to introduce coding at earlier ages.
Women still only make up 36% of high tech workers, 8% are hispanic, and 7% are black or African American
So Bryanne looked at how computer science was taught in schools. If it was introduced at all, most coding activities required kids to sit in front of computer screens in an isolated, sedentary way.