Some 38% of teens were daily texters in February 2008, and that has risen to 54% of teens who use text daily in September 2009.
Of the 75% of teens who own cell phones, 87% use text messaging at least occasionally.
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Though they did the same work as the white women hired at the time, they were cloistered away in their own segregated office in the West Area of the Langley campus-- thus the moniker, the West Computers.
But despite the hardships of working under Virginia's Jim Crow laws, these women went on to make significant contributions to aeronautics, astronautics, and America's victory over the Soviet Union in the Space Race.
Phillip Randolph, President Franklin Roosevelt signed Executive Order 8802, which created the Fair Employment Practices Committee, and prohibited race-based discrimination in the country’s defense industry.
Fully 72% of all teens – or 88% of teen cell phone users — are text-messagers.
Cell-phone texting has become the preferred channel of basic communication between teens and their friends, and cell calling is a close second.
Some 75% of 12-17 year-olds now own cell phones, up from 45% in 2004.
Please include the name to be inscribed in the book, and up to 10 words of text.
ORDER You've heard the names John Glenn, Alan Shepard and Neil Armstrong.
What about Katherine Johnson, Mary Jackson, Dorothy Vaughan, Kathryn Peddrew, Sue Wilder, Eunice Smith or Barbara Holley?