Data Science for Everyone is a national movement for advancing data literacy in our K-12 education system.
A coalition of 160+ education leaders, policymakers, and industry partners submitted a letter to the incoming administration to make data literacy a national priority. Read the letter here.
The data revolution has transformed modern life. It's time we do the same for our education system.
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READ THE LETTER
A coalition of more than 160 education leaders, policymakers, academics, and industry partners submitted a letter to the incoming Biden-Harris administration to make data literacy education a national priority in our K-12 schools. The letter included a brief outlining the importance for preparing our students to be data literate, and listed five executive actions the administration could take within Year 1.
The letter was signed by several current and former leaders in K-12 education, including:
Arne Duncan (fmr. U.S. Secretary of Education)
Jason Zimba (Common Core Lead Mathematics Author)
Jo Boaler (Stanford Graduate School of Education)
Philip Daro (Common Core Mathematics Author)
Richard Atkinson (President Emeritus, University of California System)
Steven Levitt (University of Chicago Economics)
WHAT WE DO
Our network comprises a growing number of educators, content developers, policy experts, and other advisers, bringing their individual insights, expertise, and resources to catalyze and support data education.
These are some of the things we collectively work on.
> Raise Awareness
> Policy Advocacy
> Curriculum Design
> Teacher Professional Development
> Textbook & Course Development
> Classroom Resource Development
BRINGING K-12 INTO THE DATA AGE
Our work on Data Science for Everyone is generously supported by: