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Celebrating Teachers, Hispanic Heritage, and Yummy Treats!

October is here—bring on the crisp, fall weather and tricks or treats! This time of year brings excitement to children of all ages as they start to plan their Halloween costumes and festivities. The month is packed full of fun reasons to celebrate. Use our engaging Statistics in Schools resources to observe World Teachers Day, Hispanic Heritage Month, Halloween, and more with your students.

World Teachers Day: October 5


Teachers, we thank you for shaping the minds of students and helping inspire learning and creativity. For World Teachers Day, we would like to share a few resources to help you incorporate Statistics in Schools resources into your existing curriculum.

Our Teachers' Guide to Data Access Tools explains how to use our data access tools in your classroom. Whether you teach at the elementary, middle, or high school level, we have something available for you!

Find some inspiration on additional ways to utilize our educational resources by watching our Top 10 Benefits of Statistics in Schools for Teachers video. We have something for everyone!

In Case You Missed It: Hispanic Heritage Month


The Hispanic Heritage Month celebration continues through October 15! In case you missed it last month, we have a new Hispanic Heritage Month Fun Facts with a variety of interesting information about the Hispanic population in the United States. Our accompanying teaching guide provides ways to use the data with students at all grade levels.

Halloween Fun Facts


What’s your favorite part about Halloween? Is it the fun or spooky costumes, carving pumpkins or, perhaps, trick or treating for sweet delights? No matter which you prefer, our Halloween Fun Facts has cool data to help celebrate the occasion, such as places in the United States with spooky names and the estimated number of trick-or-treaters. Use the accompanying teaching guide to spark a discussion about the new information students discover!


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