How Does the Census Benefit TD3?
Information from the Census will help support funding for the following areas:
- Special Education
- Title 1
- Lunch Programming
- Transportation (local and regional)
If you would like to educate your students on this event, consider using some of the Census-designed resources on this page.
Grades K-2: Younger students can learn about the use and value of statistics while enjoying activities such as counting items in the classroom, constructing a dream home, and more.
Grades 3-5: Take your students on an online scavenger hunt, help them build a population pyramid, guide them to interesting facts about their state, and more.
Grades 6-8: Give your students a new perspective with data-driven explorations of the westward expansion, demographic changes, voting trends, and other topics.
Geography: Take students on a data-driven, cross-country scavenger hunt or engage them in the discovery of census data that highlights geography's impact on communities and lives.
Math: Through topics such as family structures, immigration, and the value of education, show students how they can apply math and statistics to make real-life decisions and identify important changes in their community and country.