Shape Their Future

They grow up so fast. Now's your chance to shape their future. A kindergartener counted in the 2020 Census Students are also learning these key things this spring will be starting high school when about the 2020 Census-and we want you to the next census comes around in 2030: That's know them too: 10 years of school supplies, teachers, school Starting in March 2020, everyone living in your home needs to be counted. That lunches, and so much more. This is your opportunity to help ensure they have a includes children and newborn babies, bright future. citizens and noncitizens, relatives and Right now, students across the country are nonrelatives, and even those staying with getting an introduction to the 2020 Census through the Statistics in Schools program. This you temporarily. It's easier than ever to respond to the census. You can respond in 13 different program offers free activities and resources to schools to help prepare their students for an languages, and you can complete it online, increasingly data-driven world. by phone, or by mail. Students are learning that the 2020 Census is Your responses to the census are a count of every person who lives in the United States and its territories. Responding to the safe and secure. The law requires the U.S. Census Bureau to keep your census helps your community get its fair share of funding. Census data guides how more than information confidential, and your responses cannot be used against you in any way. $675 billion in federal funding is distributed to states and communities each year for schools, health care facilities, roads, transportation, recreation centers, social services, and more. On Census Day, April 1, 202o, start shaping your future and the future of all children by counting everyone in your home. Learn more about how you can shape your future at 2020CENSUS.GOV. Get more information about the Statistics in Schools program at CENSUS.GOV/SCHOOLS. United States STATISTICS IN SCHOOLS Shape your future START HERE > Census 2020

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