The U.S. Census Bureau recently launched a new version of 2020census.gov. The new website adds features, resources, and materials to help inform the public about the 2020 Census.
The site includes dozens of new Statistics in Schools materials, a new webpage to share facts about the 2020 Census, information on applying for jobs, and frequently asked questions (FAQs).
The new Statistics in Schools material will be released throughout the fall and includes 67 classroom activities, updated classroom maps with census statistics, three videos for students in grades K-12, a singalong song, and a new activity book for children ages 2 to 5. With these materials, teachers can incorporate Census Bureau statistics into subjects such as language arts, math and social studies.
The “Fighting 2020 Census Rumors”page is designed to share the facts about the 2020 Census and fight misinformation surrounding the decennial census operations. Users can report false information to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the webpage to learn 2020 Census facts.
Highlighted new features:
- Full site translation into Spanish
- Increase in mobile optimization
- Access to stories about the census called 2020: In Focus
- New information on the count of young children
- Updated resources and information for census partners that is filtered by language
About the Census Bureau
We serve as the nation’s leading provider of quality data about its people and economy. The Census Bureau is the federal government’s largest statistical agency. We are a scientific organization focused on data. Policy-makers, businesses, and the public use our information to make far-reaching decisions.