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The Statistics in Schools program offers free and engaging classroom resources for students of all ages.

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Bring a wide range of subjects to life using real-world U.S. Census Bureau statistics!

The Statistics in Schools (SIS) program offers free materials—designed for and created by teachers—for educating students from pre-K through 12th grade about the value and everyday uses of census data.

  • Boost your students' statistical literacy and data research skills.
  • Enhance learning in math, history, social studies, geography, sociology, and English.
  • Bolster your existing lesson plans with fun, informative, and interactive activities.

Bring the Census to Your Students

There are many ways to incorporate census data into your lessons. Discover fun facts about your state and access free activities that tie statistics into subjects such as math, geography, and history. 

Ready to Get Started?

Explore activities for all ages at census.gov/schools.

Why the 2020 Census Matters for Your School

The results of the 2020 Census will inform decisions about allocating hundreds of billions of dollars in federal funding to communities across the country. That includes funding and support for school programs and services such as:

  • Special education
  • Free and reduced-price lunch
  • Classroom technology
  • Teacher training
  • After-school programs
  • Head Start

This federal funding also supports services that influence a student's readiness for learning, such as maternal and child health programs, as well as housing, heating, and food assistance.

Sign up to receive updates when 2020 Census results become available.


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