These posters were created by the National Education Association intended for classrooms around the country.
As the fastest-growing population, the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) communities are rising up. But, our visibility and representation depends on ALL of us getting counted in the 2020 Census!
The 2020 Census is coming! It is so important that everyone is counted - but there are questions in the disability community about how exactly individuals living in group homes will be counted. It can be confusing because the process for counting people in group homes may vary within regions or states.
Looking to learn more about how to address and protect against disinformation and the 2020 Census? This webinar discusses how to identify census disinformation, using the debunked home affairs hoax as an example.
This timeline from Asian Americans Advancing Justice is a community education material that highlights key dates for the census through the end of 2020.
Download the 2020 Census Our Count Toolkit to learn more on how you can play a part in ensuring Black Americans around the country know what the Census is, why it matters, and how we all can make sure we, our families, and our communities are counted fairly and accurately in 2020.
The National Coalition for Literacy's Adult Education Presentation is a tool for adults specifically in Florida to learn about the 2020 Census and to further encourage their community to be counted.
The National Coalition for Literacy's Presentation is a tool for organizers and individuals to use to help prepare their program for a fair and equitable census.
This webinar from the National Coalition for Literacy provided an opportunity for attendees to learn about Census 2020 directly from Census Bureau representatives and heard from NCL members about the unique role adult education can play in the 2020 count.
This webinar described resources and activities aimed at mobilizing adult education students and their communities to get out the census count. Teaching resources shared in the webinar address census basics (what it is, why it matters, and how to participate) as well as census issues (such as past misuse of census data and what’s different now) as they build language, literacy, and numeracy skills. We will also share examples of program-wide campaigns that energize students and give them an opportunity to practice their leadership and civic skills.