What’s Going On in This Graph?
A free online weekly feature
from the ASA and New York Times Learning Network.

Grades 7–12+ students in math, science, English, and social studies answer the following questions about timely graphs in which they can see themselves: 

  • What do you notice?
  • What do you wonder?
  • What impact does this have on you and your community?
  • What is a catchy headline that captures “what’s going on this graph”?

Schedule for most weeks during the school year: 

  • Thursday afternoons: The New York Times Learning Network publishes a new What’s Going On in This Graph?.
  • Wednesdays: Statistics teachers provide live moderation of student comments from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. ET.
  • Friday mornings: The graph’s release is updated with the “reveal.” This includes the graph’s article, additional questions, and stat nuggets—definitions of statistical terms and where they are seen in the graph.