Teaching the tidyverse in 2021

Last summer I wrote a series of blog posts titled teaching the tidyverse in 2020. As we quickly approach the end of the summer (in the northern hemisphere) and the start of a new academic year, it seems like a good time to provide a new update for teaching the tidyverse, in 2021. The main audience for this post is educators who teach the tidyverse and who might want to bring their teaching materials up to date with updates to the tidyverse that happened over the past year. Much of what is discussed here has already been covered in package update posts on this blog, but my goal is to summarize the highlights that are most relevant to teaching data science with the tidyverse, particularly to new learners.

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