Rothstein: Statistics Should Get More Attention

11/28/2001 | NYTimes.com

The study of statistics is getting short shrift in high schools, according to columnist Richard Rothstein of The New York Times. Rothstein says instruction in basic statistics would introduce a more practical way of thinking to high school math classes and could help students land jobs in technical fields.

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