Data and Results

Your class results

To access class summary results, go to the Teachers page, click on Sign in and enter your e-mail address and teacher password.

Here’s an example of results from a fictitious class: you can view the results, or download them in Microsoft Excel format, or in a CSV file format that can be imported into a spreadsheet application such as Quattro Pro.

For ideas on how to use your class data, click on Learning activities.

Canadian summary results

Student responses from across the country are collected throughout the school year and compiled during the summer. Then summary data tables are published in the fall for the benefit of students participating in the project. These data should not be used as official statistics for formal research.

Note that percentages may not add to 100 due to rounding.

International results and random data selector

This summer, the funding for the international Census at School project ended abruptly, and with it the random data sampler.  They’re working on getting it back up as soon as possible and we’re working on a Canadian random data sampler.  We hope to have it up and running very soon.  In the meantime, Canadian teachers and their students are welcome to use the American Census at School project to draw random samples of American students.  The American sampler is available at http://ww2.amstat.org/censusatschool/RandomSampleForm.cfm.  Unfortunately, it is only available in English.