Competition in the First Tech Challenge at the Swinney Recreation Center at the University of Missouri-Kansas City shows what educators often find: Girls are just as interested in robotics as boys are. This is an all-girl team from Notre Dame De Sion. Coach Sarah Tritt (left) worked with Lisa Douthit (center) and Allie Cocks.
Competition in the First Tech Challenge at the Swinney Recreation Center at the University of Missouri-Kansas City shows what educators often find: Girls are just as interested in robotics as boys are. This is an all-girl team from Notre Dame De Sion. Coach Sarah Tritt (left) worked with Lisa Douthit (center) and Allie Cocks. Roy Inman Special to The Star
Competition in the First Tech Challenge at the Swinney Recreation Center at the University of Missouri-Kansas City shows what educators often find: Girls are just as interested in robotics as boys are. This is an all-girl team from Notre Dame De Sion. Coach Sarah Tritt (left) worked with Lisa Douthit (center) and Allie Cocks. Roy Inman Special to The Star

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