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In this Feb. 12, 2015 photo, McHenry County College professor Cynthia Grieb, second from right, works with students from left Aaron Kurowski, left, of McHenry,Ill., Josh Haymond, of Wonder Lake, Ill., and Richard Doocet of Lake in the Hills, Ill., as they work on an assignment during a Applied Logic class in Crystal Lake, Ill. The U.S. Bureau of Statistics predicts that computer science will be the fastest growing industry in the country. Of the 102 schools across Illinois that offer Advanced Placement Computer Science, six are in McHenry County.  (AP Photo/Northwest Herald, Kyle Grillot) CHICAGO TRIBUNE OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT

In this Feb. 12, 2015 photo, McHenry County College professor Cynthia Grieb, second from right, works with students from left Aaron Kurowski, left, of McHenry,Ill., Josh Haymond, of Wonder Lake, Ill., and Richard Doocet of Lake in the Hills, Ill., as they work on an assignment during a Applied Logic class in Crystal Lake, Ill. The U.S. Bureau of Statistics predicts that computer science will be the fastest growing industry in the country. Of the 102 schools across Illinois that offer Advanced Placement Computer Science, six are in McHenry County. (AP Photo/Northwest Herald, Kyle Grillot) CHICAGO TRIBUNE OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT

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