Families & Communities

Everyone Counts – 2020 Census

Critically, the census results determine the allocation of $675 billion in federal funding for public schools and universities. Schools are particularly vulnerable to the funding shortfalls if there is an undercount. Educators and community groups can help spread the word on the importance of the census and help dispel myths on the decennial count. To help tool your advocacy, see the resources here to equip you in your census conversations with others in your community.

The 2020 Census is Here – Schools Should be Active, by Bricio Vasquez, Ph.D.

What Schools Can Do for the 2020 Census Effort

2020 Census Response Rates by States, interactive map

Census Bureau Launches COVID-19 Data Hub. See Hub.

Statistics in Schools – Census Activities, U.S. Census Bureau

2020 Census: Why and How to Build Understanding in Your School Community, National School Public Relations Association

The 2020 census could make or break your public schools. Here’s why, NEA

Resources to Encourage a Strong 2020 Census, Council for a Strong America

How School Districts Can Help With Census 2020, January Advisors

Fliers and Social Images 

 

Shape the future for your family and community poster U.S. Census Bureau (English)

Dale forma al futuro de nuestros niños. Empieza con el Censo del 2020. U.S. Census Bureau (Spanish)

Remember to count your newborn handout by U.S. Census Bureau (English)

Everyone livng in your home counts. U.S. Census Bureau (English)

You can respond to the 2020 Census in Spanish U.S.  Census Bureau (English/Spanish)

Shape the next generation. Count Them. U.S.  Census Bureau (English)

Dale forma a la próxima generación. Cuéntalos.  U.S. Census Bureau (Spanish)

Make all children count in 2020 Factsheet NALEO (English/Spanish)

Counting Young Children Option1 U.S.  Census Bureau (English)

Counting Young Children Option 2 U.S.  Census Bureau (English)

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