Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education (ACME)

Bridging the Mathematics Gap : Have Your Say

09 February 2012

In a speech at the Royal Society in July 2011, the Secretary of State Michael Gove stated his wish that within ten years, all young people would be studying some form of mathematics post-16. ACME is seeking views on how we can make this a reality.

We need your advice on the development of a course for students who do not currently take A-level mathematics but will still need to continue with mathematics.  We want to engage the with widest possible community - beyond mathematics and science organisations, and including individual teachers, students, academics, examiners and others.

If you are interested in giving us your views or would like to know more, simply click on this link. We would be pleased to receive responses via email to , through our online questionnaire or by post at The Royal Society, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AG. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the ACME Secretariat at or consult our website for more information. The closing date is Friday 23 March 2012.

Your input will help us to develop an options paper in the summer, and we hope to hold face-to-face discussion meetings too in order to seek as many views as possible.

Bridging the Mathematics Gap : Have your say

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