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David Acheson to receive Honorary D.Sc

David Acheson to receive Honorary D.Sc
12 July 2013

Former President of the MA to receive Honorary D.Sc


MA President: Peter Ransom

MA President: Peter Ransom
12 April 2013

The Mathematical Association is chuffed to announce that Peter Ransom is its President for 2013-14.


MA President: Marcus du Sautoy

MA President: Marcus du Sautoy
20 April 2012

The Mathematical Association is pleased to announce that Professor Marcus du Sautoy is its President for 2012-13.


National Curriculum Programmes of Study consultation

National Curriculum Programmes of Study consultation
24 September 2011

The Department for Education has decided to delay the pre-consultation phase until the new National Curriculum Programmes of Study have been developed to a more advanced stage.


Improving poor teachers would transform England's education performance to be among the best in the world

Improving poor teachers would transform England's education performance to be among the best in the world
16 September 2011

The review of evidence reveals that for poor pupils in particular the difference between having a highly effective teacher and a poorly performing teacher is a whole year's learning.


The Chartered Mathematics Teacher designation is launched

The Chartered Mathematics Teacher designation is launched
8 July 2009

What is Chartered Mathematics Teacher Designation?


The magic of mathematics

The magic of mathematics
3 July 2009

In June 2009 at the Science Museum in London Professor Ian Stewart received the Christopher Zeeman medal for public engagement in mathematics.


Strategies abandoned

Strategies abandoned
1 July 2009

The government is to dismantle one of its most significant education policies in primary schools.


Teachers facing 'classroom MOTs'

Teachers facing 'classroom MOTs'
30 June 2009

Teachers in England will need licences to work in the classroom


The secret life of numbers

The secret life of numbers
30 June 2009

How do you spark off an interest in maths when the curriculum seems dreary?