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# A quiz Question!

It's official: you're awesome at Python dictionaries! One last task and then you can take a well-deserved break! In this last challenge, I want you to create a function named stats and it'll take our teacher dictionary as its only argument. stats should return a list of lists where the first item in each inner list is the teacher's name and the second item is the number of courses that teacher has. For example, it might return: [["Kenneth Love", 5], ["Craig Dennis", 10]]. I wonder what is wrong with my code! Please help me!!

teachers.py
```# The dictionary will look something like:
# {'Andrew Chalkley': ['jQuery Basics', 'Node.js Basics'],
#  'Kenneth Love': ['Python Basics', 'Python Collections']}
#
# Each key will be a Teacher and the value will be a list of courses.
#
# Your code goes below here.
def stats(techdict):
lista=[]
for items in teachdict.items():
lista.append(items)
return lista

def most_courses(teacher):
teacherMost = ""
for i in teacher:
# if i in teacher[i] > leader:
teacherMost = i # Since i is the key, don't need teacher.value()
else:
continue
return teacherMost

def courses(c):
teachcourse=[]
for teach in c.values():
teachcourse.extend(teach)
return teachcourse

def num_courses(b):
courses=0
for course in b.values():
courses = courses + len(course)
return courses

def num_teachers(a):
teachers=0
for teacher in a:
teachers= teachers + 1
return teachers
```

Hi there,

I see with your stats function is not returning what the task want you to do.

```def stats(techdict):
lista=[]
for items in teachdict.items():
lista.append(items)
return lista
```

this task wants you to return a list that contains a list with teacher's name and length of course. What your code will do is return lista which is a list that contains results of teach.items(). That is not what the task is asking here.

What you want to do should somewhat look like this.

```def stats(teachdict):
lista = []
for key in teachdict:
course = [key, len(teachdict[key])]
lista.append(course)
return lista
```

This is how I counted the number of teachers:

```def num_teachers(input_dictionary):
return len(input_dictionary.keys())
```

Here is how I did it

```def stats(my_dict):
list = []
for teacher, course_list in my_dict.items():
num_course = len(course_list)
list.append([(teacher), num_course])
return list
```