Working class students are missing out on places at Cambridge
A renewed scrutiny of mathematics in education
A package of proposals aimed at improving numeracy is to be unveiled by the Conservative leader later.
Increasing numbers of people are signing up to train as mathematics and science teachers
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How ‘quants’ got it all spectacularly wrong
According to a report in The Guardian the recession has triggered a scramble for a place at university
Cambridge believes that, contrary to the popular view, the move favours state school over private pupils.
The difficulty of questions on mathematics exams taken by 16-year-olds in Great Britain has declined significantly since 1951
Between the abacus and the computer came the slide rule