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Bring your classroom to life with real world data. Select an activity that supplements what you are currently teaching in subjects including English, Math, Geography and History.
Increase the data literacy of your students with resources that display data in fun ways. Choose from monthly Fun Facts, 5-Minute Challenge warm-up activities, maps, videos and more.
Statistics in Schools activities are based on relevant education standards and guidelines that outline the foundational knowledge and skills students should have at certain levels.
Statistics in Schools is a free Census Bureau program that uses the data to create resources for K-12 students in a variety of subjects.

Math Worksheets

Through topics such as family structures, immigration, and the value of education, show students how they can apply math and statistics to make real-life decisions and identify important changes in their community and country. Use the grade-range tabs below to explore math activities. Corresponding teachers' guides are available for each activity.

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Grades 9-12
Analyzing Relationships: Marriage, Divorce, and Linear Regression
Students will examine census data on marriage and divorce rates for women and men in each state and the District of Columbia.
Applying Correlation Coefficients
Students will use state and regional unemployment data for various education levels to create scatter plots and calculate correlation coefficients.
Census in Counties
Students will analyze a variety of county-level census data in histograms to compare and contrast the shapes of their distributions.
Commuting to Work: Box Plots, Central Tendency, Outliers
Students will calculate various measures of central tendency using data on the number of people who bike to work in select states.
Describing and Comparing Data Distributions
Students will use data to compare and contrast the distributions of variables in graphs, analyzing the shape, center, and spread of each.
Differences in Earnings Across Sex and Educational Attainment
Students will interpret box plots and be able to make claims based on median earnings and educational attainment data of men and women aged 25 years or older.
Educational Attainment and Marriage Age
Students will develop, justify, and evaluate conjectures about the relationship between two quantitative variables over time in the United States.
Over the Hill - Aging on a Normal Curve
Students will use census data from a sample of 136 U.S. counties and other sample data to make estimates about the U.S. population.
The New Normal
Students will explore distributions of various census data sets to determine whether it can be reasonably assumed that those data follow a normal distribution.
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