Number of girls in tech classes falls

03/20/2003 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Only 14% of those who took the Advanced Placement exam in computer science last year were girls, down from 17% in 1997. Women tech professionals encourage girls to study computer science, saying their sex has not been an impediment to achieving success in the field.

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