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This page is maintained by the ASA/AMATYC Joint Committee, a partnership between AMATYC and the American Statistical Association.

Please contact the AMATYC Statistics Committee Chair, Julie Hanson, at with any questions or comments.


(ASA/AMATYC Joint Webinars, Other Webinars)

Papers and Publications

(Guidelines, Articles, Standards, Newsletters)

Classroom Resources

(Tools, Assessments, Statistics Education Sites)


(Meeting Minutes, Committee Information, Conferences, Professional Development, Mission Statement)


The 2016 GAISE (Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Statistics Education) College Report was endorsed by the ASA Board in July 2016 and the AMATYC Board in April 2017. The GAISE report is available at


AMATYC/ASA Joint Webinars

Other Webinars

  • CAUSEweb Webinars: 3 series of webinars in statistics activities, teaching, and learning

Classroom Resources

Papers and Publications





Other Professional Development

Mission Statement

ASA/AMATYC Joint Committee’s Mission Statement:

- To improve the quality of statistics education in two-year colleges by planning workshops, conference presentations, and other effective forms of professional development for two-year college statistics instructors.

- To promote consistency and transferability between statistics courses offered at two-year and four-year colleges.

- To communicate with two and four-year colleges relative to the statistical preparation of elementary and secondary teachers.

- To communicate with K-12 mathematics educators to address the effect of pre-college statistical education on statistics courses taught in two-year colleges.

- To ensure ongoing communication between AMATYC and the ASA with the objective of identifying changing trends in undergraduate statistics education.

We are fortunate to have a strong partnership with the American Statistical Association (ASA).
Access the ASA Education Page or contact Rebecca Nichols, ASA Education Director

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