In this 108-page report (PDF) published by the American Statistical Association in cooperation with the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics the authors outline a framework for teaching statistics and probability. The framework includes four steps and can be applied at three levels of increasing difficulty and skill. The report includes applicable examples at each level and connections to real world mathematics throughout.


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