Abstract / Synopsis
Lately, much has been written about the importance of amplifying statistics-related content in the K-12 curricula. This can be viewed in parallel or as an addendum to the existing mathematics curricula in the United States. Nevertheless, a key component of this debate is the lack of robust and cutting-edge academic programs in statistics education. In this piece, we emphasize the urgent need for investing in creating strong statistics education programs, which would significantly contribute to nurturing quantitative literacy as well as preparing a more informed citizenry in the 21st century.
David E. Drew, Sam Behseta & Cherie L. Ichinose, "An Urgent Plea for More Graduate Programs in Statistics Education," Journal of Humanistic Mathematics, Volume 12 Issue 1 (January 2022), pages 422-427. DOI: 10.5642/jhummath.202201.32. Available at: https://scholarship.claremont.edu/jhm/vol12/iss1/32
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