
The link Rules for Life does not specifically refer to mathematics, but it
gives some good advice for young people.
The organization of this page is as follows:
General Resource sites
Home pages for professional organizations and research institutes:
Math Teaching Resources
Algebra (including Lattice Theory), Discrete Math and Number Theory
Geometry
Calculus and Differential Equations
Statistics
 The CHANCE Database, Chance News until 2004, videos and course material;
Current Chance Wiki
 Junk Science, homepage of public health expert Steve Milloy
 BBC's More Or Less series about statistics in everyday life
 UCLA Statistics Home Page
 Computer Animated Statistics from UCSan Diego
 Duke University Inst. of Statistics & Decision Sci (Look under "courses")
 StatVillage , a hypothetical city that can be used to conduct surveys (Simon Fraser University)
 Statistics Virtual Library from U Florida's Department of Statistics
 Center for Polymer Studies (Boston Univ) has simulations, handson, and computational stuff on polymeric, random or fractal systems for K12 and undergraduates
 Professional Development courses in Statistics from Statistics.com
 American Statistical Assoc.Center for Statistics Education
 J. Statistical Education
and the JSE Data Archive
 J. Statistical Software maintained by UCLA
 K12 Statistics resources for Data Analysis and Probability
 StatLib homepage and the
StatLib Datasets Archive
 Robin Lock's list of Statistics Web Sites
 Clay Helberg's Extensive list :Statistics on the web
 NetLib, a collection of mathematical software, data and documents
 StatCrunch analyze data on the web
 RWeb  Statistical Analysis on the Web by Jeff Banfield;
an explanation
 "Introduction to Probability" a text by C. Grinstead and J. Snell for a first course that emphasizes computing (download in PDF and read)
 Target Risk, a book by Gerald Wilde dealing with the danger of death, disease
and damage in everyday decisions
 Intro Stat: Concepts, Models, & Applic, an intro online text by David Stockburger
 Gary Ramseyer's Gallery of Statistical Jokes
History of Math
