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U.S. Census Bureau: Statistics in Schools

April 16, 2019 - 7:00pm EDT

Free webinar for NCSS Members

Statistics in Schools (SIS) is a program that offers K-12 resources that can be used in the classroom. Use real-life data to teach your students with these free history, geography and sociology standards based activities and resources. Using current and historical data, the Census Bureau provides teachers the tools to help students understand statistical concepts and improve their data analysis skills. 

Join this webinar and learn background information on the development of our resources. See firsthand some of our standards based activities and other resources that includes: maps, historical documents and more. Get knowledge on how these resources can be used in your classroom and receive a tutorial on how to navigate our website in order to access these resources.


Aundrea Wilkins, Program Analyst, U.S. Census Bureau’s Statistics in Schools (SIS) Program.

Aundrea Wilkins began her career at the Census in 2011 working as an intern in the Public Information Office (PIO). In PIO, Wilkins updated and developed newsletters, answered media calls, distributed daily news reports and wrote articles for an internal newspaper. In 2014, Wilkins moved to the Customer Liaison and Marketing Office (CLMSO) where she assisted the SIS team with the development of the evergreen program.

Kimberley Glascoe, Marketing Specialist, U.S. Census Bureau’s Statistics in Schools (SIS) Program.

Kimberly Glascoe joined the Census Bureau in 2015 as a public affairs specialist in the promotions branch. In that area, Glascoe was responsible for managing all of the Bureau’s social media platforms and content. In 2019, Glascoe moved to the Statistics in Schools branch where she is in charge of partnerships and outreach.