Monthly Archives: July 2012

Post-16 maths – but not as we know it

The introduction of post-16 maths is in the news again with a report from the House of Lords committee on Higher Education in STEM and many of the headlines from the Guardian, Independent and Times Higher  have picked up on … Continue reading

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Prospects for post-16 mathematics

Report by Dr Jenny Koenig of a meeting organised by the Advisory Council on Mathematics Education (ACME) held at the Royal Society, London on Tues 10th July 2012. On 29th June 2011 Michael Gove, in a speech to the Royal … Continue reading

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Please take part in a survey …

Education is constantly changing, keeping up with the latest educational theories as well as keeping pace with changing demands and expectations. In the USA there was a concerted effort some ten or so years ago to make radical changes to … Continue reading

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