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Who Knew? Census Data Can Be Used in the Classroom

Education

Who Knew? Census Data Can Be Used in the Classroom

Education

Teachers Can Apply Statistics in Schools to Real-life Lessons in Core Subjects

The Statistics in Schools Program has been instituted at the U.S. Census Bureau since 2016. The program is uniquely qualified to help teachers and K-12 students learn and apply statistics because the Census Bureau is the primary source of economic and demographic data for the United States and employs thousands of statistical experts.

Here’s Adam Grundy from the Economic Outreach Office.

To find out more about Statistics in Schools on census.gov and America Counts. 

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