With the ongoing crisis, it’s more important than ever to participate in the ongoing, once-a-decade United States Census. Today, April 1, is Census Day! Do your part by completing your Census form and encouraging others to do the same! Millions in federal funding for education programs depend on getting a complete count of Michigan residents…Details
The State of Michigan has launched a website for the 2020 Census – the first once-a-decade census that will include the ability to provide information online. Providing information to ensure a complete count of Michigan’s citizens is convenient, confidential and critical.
Learn more at www.michigan.gov/census2020.
The once-a-decade United States Census provides an fascinating teachable moment for students of all grade levels, intersecting social studies, mathematics and other disciplines in concrete ways. The U.S. Census Bureau’s Statistics in Schools program offers free, teacher-designed resources at www.census.gov/schools that connect with various academic areas, including math, geography, history and more. There are resources…Details
Everything from federal funding for critical children’s resources to Michigan’s representation in Congress depends on an accurate count of Michigan residents in the once-a-decade federal Census coming up in 2020. That’s why MEA is committed to ensuring a “Complete Count” for our state and is part of a statewide committee to that end. “As educators,…Details