Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education (ACME)

New Report from the Royal Society

15 February 2011

The fourth and final Royal Society 'state of the nation' report considers the 'pool' of the UK's 16-19 year old students taking mainstream science and mathematics combinations suitable for entry to higher education. One of the recommendations of the report is 'to reform A-Levels ...so they have more of a Baccalaureate flavour to them and allow students to continue longer with science and mathematics post-16'.  This resonates with ACME's work on Post-16 Pathways which was published in Summer 2010.

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