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U.S. Census Bureau Statistics in Schools celebrates Dads on June 20


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  • U.S. Census Bureau   |   Statistics in Schools

John And Ryan Irish At Clear Creek. Photo By Lisa Irish/AZEdNews

Happy Father’s Day! As we celebrate fatherhood and show love to the special men in our lives, let’s also take a moment to learn some fun facts about this special day.

For instance, did you know there were 191,000 stay-at-home dads in 2019 and 18 percent of single parents then were men?

Learn more cool facts like these about Father’s Day by downloading our handout and using ideas in the teaching guide to engage students in census data related to fathers.

Father’s Day fun facts

Father’s Day is a time for us to celebrate the importance of fatherhood and honor the special men in our lives.

There are an estimated 72 million fathers across the nation; 29 million of those fathers also being grandfathers.

Use our Father’s Day Fun Facts and Teaching Guide to celebrate the occasion with your students.

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Father’s Day Teaching Guide

Teachers can use the teaching guide for ideas on how to incorporate Father’s Day Fun Facts in the classroom.

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About Statistics in Schools

We provide more than 200 activities and resources for teaching and learning with real-life data. Enhance and invigorate learning in many subjects while educating your students about the value and everyday use of statistics. Visit census.gov/schools to learn more and explore standards-aligned, classroom ready activities.