Welcome to Census at School - United States

Census at School is an international classroom project that engages students in grades 4–12 in statistical problemsolving. Students complete a brief online survey, analyze their class census results, and compare their class with random samples of students in the United States and other countries. More

What's New?

Census at School New Zealand now hosts the random sampler for the international Census at School data, the New Zealand data, and also for the cleaned USA data. Their online random sampler allows students and teachers to take random samples up to size 1000 from the international, New Zealand, or U.S. database and either download the data or start up the free, online iNZight Lite software with the data already loaded and ready for analysis. The international database includes data from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Census at School – United States also provides a Random Sampler tool to generate a sample of USA Census at School data. This provides access to the messy U.S. data that has not been cleaned. For more information, see the article in Statistics Teacher.

The American Statistical Association and Population Association of America are seeking champions to expand U.S. Census at School nationally. Be in on the ground floor and get involved today.