Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education (ACME)

Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education: Advice on 3-19 mathematics education policy in England

The Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education (ACME) is a committee of the Royal Society that develops advice on mathematics education policy. ACME was set up in 2002 by the Royal Society and the Joint Mathematical Council of the UK (JMC) and backed by mathematics organisations.

ACME's advice is underpinned by evidence-informed analysis and harnesses and reflects the expertise of the mathematics community.

Information about ACME members can be found on the Royal Society's website. You can find more information about their focus areas in a blog post from the current ACME Chair, Professor Frank Kelly FRS, or on the new mathematics education page.

Recent highlights

Magical Circle of CirclesThe Royal Society welcomes the recommendations by Sir Adrian Smith in his new publication reviewing post-16 mathematics. Find the full response on the  Royal Society's website.

child doing mathsA report with key principles on professional learning was launched at Ormiston Sir Stanley Matthews Academy on 7 December. More info here.

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