Indexes and Abstracting Services
International Agencies and Non-Profit Organizations
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The ABS recognises the importance of the schools sector in educating the future decision makers of Australia. The Education Services pages provides activities, datasets, statistical projects and many other education resources.
Mostly links to other websites. Although this website is more general than statistics education, there is much there related to statistics education.
(in French) Supports education in Canada by developing and offering specifically designed statistical products and services. These include the educational research tool E-STAT and the Data Liberation Initiative.
This website offers a comprehensive learning program, which has been developed for individual use and classroom use.
Describes the activities of the SFdS in terms of statistics education. Also has links to other websites in French and English.
(In Chinese) These websites provides links to wide variety of materials including some on the basics of official statistics and a statistical literacy program with electronic versions of educational booklets/leaflets. A direct link to the booklets/leaflets is http://www.censtatd.gov.hk/statistical_literacy/students_corner/short_articles/index.jsp.
(in Italian) “CIRDIS is an Italian Interuniversity Research Centre for Statistical Education hosted by the Universities of Padova, Palermo, Perugia and “Roma la Sapienza”.
This website features a programme called Schools´ Corner covering a wide range of materials at primary and secondary levels.
The National Statistics Institute has created a project named ALEA to provide teachers and students with study materials.
This website provides materials for primary and secondary school students related to both the UK National Census and the children's census.
The Advanced Placement (AP) Statistics program is a system by which secondary school students take a university level course in introductory statistics and their own schools. For a more detailed description and additional links go to http://www.stat.auckland.ac.nz/~iase/islp/secteach.
Deals with teaching statistics at the undergraduate level.
Contains links to several statistical education organizations, newsletters, discussion groups and all issues of Journal of Statistics Education (JSE) as well as the JSE Dataset Archives
Ten brochures that discuss the basics of survey research.
The Consortium for the Advancement of Undergraduate Education (CAUSE) is a national organization whose mission is to support and advance undergraduate statistics education, in four target areas: resources, professional development, outreach, and research.
FedStats (Federal Statistics USA) is a gateway to statistics from over 100 U.S. Federal agencies. One unusual feature are a webpage listing U.S. government statistical webpages aimed at young people at http://www.fedstats.gov/kids/index.html. Many of the these websites also have datasets aimed at primary and secondary school children.
This website provides education activities and information for students everywhere. It is in an interactive format. There is also a parent support page at http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/.
NCTM Publications Homepage http://www.nctm.org/publications/
This website specializes in census data. Free teaching materials are available for four year-olds to adults.
This web site provides a variety of assessment resources for teaching first courses in Statistics.
Seeks to expand teaching resources offered through Introductory Statistics courses, especially in the social sciences.
The Adult Numeracy Network (ANN)in the USA includes practitioners, researchers, academic faculty, program administrators, trainers, and others interested in the teaching and learning of numeracy and basic mathematics and statistics by adult learners. Such learning may take place in, e.g., adult literacy and basic education programs, community colleges, high schools, workplace training programs, and other adult learning contexts. To subscribe, go to: or write to: firstname.lastname@example.org (In the message area, type: subscribe numeracy).