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Common Core Standards: Math See All Teacher Resources

Statistics and Probability

Statistics is a tough subject for many adults, let alone sixth graders. So how can we get students to feel comfortable tackling statistics concepts at such an early age?

Well, 97% of sources say that we should do what these standards do: give them a good foundational understanding of statistical questions, types of distributions, and measures of center and variability. As for those other 3%? Well, we'll just agree to disagree.

Grade 6