Regardless of our gender, race, ability, sexuality, class, age, and other identities, technology impacts how we see and navigate the world around us.
Yet, systemic inequities and inequalities have resulted in a lack of diversity, equity, and inclusion in academic and professional computing environments, thereby impacting not only who creates technology, but also who properly consumes it.
The Alliance for Identity-Inclusive Computing Education (AiiCE) was formed to address these barriers and create measurable change by increasing and normalizing course and degree enrollment, retention, and completion rates of students from groups that are historically underrepresented in computing.
Our vision is to transform K-16 computing education through identity-inclusive strategies that target people, policies, and practices impacting students, faculty, and staff.
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