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ProCivicStat is developing new methods for statistics instruction for high schools and universities that will contribute to young people’s ability to understand quantitative evidence about key social phenomena that permeate civic life.

Social phenomena are complex, and democracies need citizens who can explore, understand, and reason about information of a multivariate nature. Most statistics courses fail to teach these skills.

This website provides an overview of the project, links to data sets and data visualisations, future events, the timeline for deliverables, academic papers and project contacts.

We welcome collaboration! If you would like to be involved, please get in touch with Joachim Engel.

Durham University is a residential collegiate university in the north of England, with a medieval World Heritage Site at its heart. Durham was ranked 70th in the Times Higher world ...
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The University of Haifa is the largest comprehensive research university in the north of Israel, including 6 Faculties and 55 academic departments offering degrees at the BA, MA and doctoral ...
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The Ludwigsburg University of Education (LUE), located in the Stuttgart area in the Southern part of Germany, is an independent institution of higher education with approximately 5500 students and about ...
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The University of Paderborn (UPB) stands both for modern education and innovative research. With its mission as a "University for the Information Society", Paderborn embodies the concept of a modern ...
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With origins dating back to the eighteenth century, the University of Porto has close to 32,000 students, 2,400 teachers and researchers along with 1,600 administrative staff attend its 15 schools ...
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University of Szeged (US) is the second largest university in Hungary with 27,000 students, 12 faculties. University of Szeged is located in the third largest city in the southern part ...
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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. These contents reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.