Towards Universal Participation In Post-16 Mathematics

The solution to England’s poor participation rate in post-16 mathematics education could lie in a new qualification that provides a clear and attractive alternative for students who don’t currently go on to study AS or A level Mathematics, according to this comparative study of mathematics education published by the Nuffield Foundation. The course, for students who do not take A-level maths, should focus on mathematical fluency. Leadership Briefing issue 7.06 (78)

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