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Proceedings of the 27th ACM Conference on on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education Vol. 1
The lack of gender diversity in the computer science (CS) field and workforce is a well-documented challenge that many, but not all, countries face. Such a challenge may tie to socio-cultural issues that have impacted K-12 CS education, eventually creating a gender gap in CS performance and attitudes. The current study compared American and Indonesian middle school students' computational thinking (CT) skills and CS attitudes. Concurrently, this study also examined whether the items in thedoi:10.1145/3502718.3524790 fatcat:63kcwgaqtbbpxdnpt6722whsqy