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U.S. Census Bureau Announces New Online Data Tools and Resources for Teachers and Schools

WASHINGTON Feb. 2, 2011

A new interactive map, a video showing kids how apportionment works, and downloadable lesson plans are among the tools available to teachers for free at Census.gov. It’s all part of the agency’s effort to help future generations better understand the important concept of apportionment and how the Constitutionally-mandated Census impacts our everyday lives.

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Resources now available include:

Francie Alexander

Additional resources available include:

Scholastic collaborated with the U.S. Census Bureau in 2010 on a set of resources for classrooms and teachers called "Census in Schools: It’s About US."

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SOURCE Scholastic Corporation

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