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Logo There are:
people with my name
in the U.S.A.

How many have your name?

7 Billion

Population Clock

Teaching Notes
Give your students the data from the census tracts of the school you teach at. Or have them find the census tracts. Have them do a statistical analysis and show them that the numbers that they are working with are for their family and neighbors.

4 Reasons Why the Census Matters for All of Us (Infographic) @EdSurge


Statistics in Schools


Census Atlas of the United States

Demographic and Health Surveys

Demographic Maps

Kids Count
track the status of children in the U.S.

NOVA World in the Balance

United States Population FactMonster

U.S. Gazetteer Files  

Office of Population Research
Princeton University Lesson - The World in a Room

Teacher Notes

I personalized the census by using the census tracts where my students lived. 

Tracking Census Data for your community

1. Go to: U.S. Census Bureau American Fact Finder

2. Click on People on the menu at the left hand side of the homepage.

3. Enter: Your Community and State in the boxes at the top left.

4. Click on: Age and Sex: and you will get a breakdown for your community.*

You can get the following information from the People section:
*Basic Counts/Population, Aging, Disability, Education, Gender, Income and Employment, Origins and Language, Poverty, Race and Ethnicity, Relationships, Transportation, Veterans

And this is just for the People that you clicked on at the homepage! You can do the same for Housing and Business and Government

Population Reference Bureau Data Finder

Population Education

Population/Demographic Resources

Population Council

Population Studies Center

Population Institute

Population Research Center

Population Action International

United Nations Population Fund

The Top 6 Population Migrations in American History