The New York Times Learning Network has a great interactive feature called “What’s Going On In This Graph?”

Here’s their announcement about the next upcoming one:

On Tuesday, Jan. 9, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Eastern Time, teachers from the American Statistical Association will provide live, online moderation of the student discussion on the graph. As an experiment, we published this post a few days early to give teachers time to preview the graph.

You can see that graph and more information here.

Even better, you can see all their past and future “What’s Going On In This Graph?” posts here.

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