As well as an annual news bulletin it has a useful short guide to statistical literacy, a blog with some fine examples of statistical illiteracy, links to web resources and downloads.
The National Numeracy Network (US)
"...Promotes education that integrates quantitative skills across all disciplines and at all levels." It publishes an e-journal, Numeracy, about teaching strategies, and has a range or teaching resources on its portal.
A site run by Nigel Hawkes, analogous to Ben Goldacre's Bad Science initiative. "We are a campaign established by journalists and statisticians to improve the understanding and use of statistics by government, politicians, companies, advertisers and the mass media. By exposing bad practice and rewarding good, we aim to restore public confidence in statistics." The site has many examples of the (often deliberately) poor or misleading use of social statistics. Unfortunately funding for straight statistics came to an end and although the site is still up, it ceased to be updated from mid 2012.
Quantitative Methods Initiative is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council and Higher Education Academy