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The U.S. Census Bureau’s Statistics in Schools program offers free activities and resources that can help you bring statistics into any K-12 classroom. Statistics in Schools activities use real-life census data to help students understand statistical concepts and gain data analysis skills. The geography, history, math and sociology activities were created by teachers and correspond… Read More »
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College students majoring in chemistry, public health, and many other health science fields can use the free online training resources available through National Library of Medicine (NLM) to learn about toxicology, health mapping for their local communities, how to locate drugs and chemicals through PubMed, genetics, and more. Students and instructors can find additional educational resources… Read More »
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