Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education (ACME)

The Committee

How is the ACME Chair chosen?

The Chair of ACME is someone of international standing, normally a 'user' of mathematics rather than a mathematician, and is appointed by the Council of the Royal Society. He/She is appointed usually for a three year term.

How are ACME members chosen?

ACME members are selected considering the overall balance of the group. They serve as individuals rather than representatives of any organisation or interest group.

For information on the current ACME Chair and members please see their profiles.

ACME Secretariat

The ACME Secretariat are based at the Royal Society and can be contacted on

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