Who makes it big in tech , a young lecturer at a boarding school and a graduate of the DTS PROA Android program We probably already know a lot of data about women’s lower participation in the technology world. One of them is the LIPI study, which shows that the participation rate of female science and technology students in higher education institutions is 30% (Gender in Science and Technology: Developments, Policies and Challenges in Indonesia, 2018). Gender bias that relegates women’s education, including science education, to a secondary role is one reason.
Tiyas Aria Pratiwi an IT teacher
At IDN Boarding School, feels the same way. Of Slagen, Central Java. She remembers growing up in an environment where girls’ education was not a priority. “In the eyes of most people in my hometown, girls don’t need ws database to go to high school. She wanted to pursue higher education and prove that she could be an accomplished woman. Apparently, Tias has always been the pride of his parents from elementary school to the present, receiving full scholarships to study. The results printed by the farmer’s daughter The eldest of four siblings, Tias grew up in a simple family.
His father was a worker
His father was a worker and farmer. Vocational School in Solo City, his technical talent was “discovered” by one of his teachers. Things didn’t end there . In the Student Ability Competition . Which brings together comprehensive Islamic BJ Lists schools across Central Java. Tias, the only female competitor in this competition . Tiaz’s passion for learning was always fueled by his strong . desire to uplift his parents. Tias is a mathematician and logic enthusiast, and has dreams of becoming a mathematician. Informatics Comprehensive Islamic.