Just this week, the House of Representatives unanimously approved H. Res. 558, a resolution introduced by Vernon Ehlers (R-MI), supporting computer science and the designation of a National Computer Science Education Week.

“I am very pleased that today we are considering a resolution that turns our attention to the coming shortage of computer scientists,” Ehlers said. “It is very critical that all of our nation’s students receive a foundation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. This prepares students to become the innovators of tomorrow. Without innovation, our nation and its economy will be on a declining path.”

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