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darrelkoat: African Americans and Latinos make up 12 percent and 16 percent of the American workforce, respectively, but theyre a minuscule portion of the tech workforce. Last week, Google reported that minorities make up less than 2 percent of its workforce...

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African Americans and Latinos make up 12 percent and 16 percent of the American workforce, respectively, but theyre a minuscule portion of the tech workforce. Last week, Google reported that minorities make up less than 2 percent of its workforce , which experts say is typical for the industry . The company then pledged $150 million to diversify its workforce. But Kapor Klein and others say the problem begins in public schools. Without access to standard and Advanced Placement computer science classes in elementary and secondary schools, minorities are far less likely to major in computer science in college and enter the pipeline that Silicon Valley needs to diversify. Black and Latino kids, Kapor Klein says, are at risk of being left behind and shut out of well-paying jobs. Consider this: If it were an independent nation, California would have the eighth-largest economy in the world, just behind Brazil. Silicon Valley alone accounts for 9 percent of the states jobs and kicks in nearly

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African Americans and Latinos make up 12 percent and 16 percent of the American workforce, respectively, but theyre a minuscule portion of the tech workforce. Last week, Google reported that minorities make up less than 2 percent of its workforce , which experts say is typical for the industry . The company then pledged $150 million to diversify its workforce. But Kapor Klein and others say the problem begins in public schools. Without access to standard and Advanced Placement computer science classes in elementary and secondary schools, minorities are far less likely to major in computer science in college and enter the pipeline that Silicon Valley needs to diversify. Black and Latino kids, Kapor Klein says, are at risk of being left behind and shut out of well-paying jobs. Consider this: If it were an independent nation, California would have the eighth-largest economy in the world, just behind Brazil. Silicon Valley alone accounts for 9 percent of the states jobs and kicks in nearly

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