Welcome to StateStats - Free online web tools

Statestats provides free web based tool to non profits and the general public aimed
at promoting open access to valuable information and learning tools and guides.

Our Library patrons are using the Opencourseware search tool to find
new and exciting learning opportunities from reputable institutions.

Caroline Thomas, Library Director

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About Us

StateStats.org is a non-profit venture arm with the mission to advance education through the use of technology and informational tools. Our primary focus is on building free web tools that make education and information more accessible to students and the general public.

Over the past 10 years, online learning has blossomed and we are excited to create new, free web tools to support online education.

Daniel, founder



Latest News

Finding Your CNA Program
Making the decision to become a CNA, or Certified Nursing Assistant, is one of the most important decisions of your life. It can set you on a new and exciting career path. But in order to become a CNA, you need to do the right course and get qualified. And the CNAclasses.org website makes it easier than ever to find a CNA program of study.

StateStats Launches Salary Finder Tool
We are excited to launch our easy to download salary finder that provides salary ranges for 800 various job titles. Salary information is made available by state and city. Thanks to the bls.gov for providing unbiased and reliable data.

Opencourseware Tool Adopted by 75+ Libraries
The launch of the StateStats opencourseware search tool has been a huge success. There are now 75 libraries across the U.S. utilizing the tool and we hope to cross 100 by the summer.