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On Feb 6th 2020, we organised a meeting for local and regional people with an interest in Core Maths (e.g teachers, managers, AMSP, MEI, HEIs,…). This was to disseminate our findings, and to get audience views on the future for Core Maths and post-16 maths more generally. The report is...

Here, we are trying to make sense of what the £600 will mean to schools/colleges. It’s a bit like doing a Core maths problem. Core Maths qualifications come with 180 Guided Learning Hours attached (this is the same as an AS-level). So: £600 divided by 180 hours per student =...

In the Autumn 2017 budget, the Chancellor announced a £600 maths premium for every additional student who takes Core Maths (or A-level Maths). He also made a number of other policy announcements relating to a range of maths education issues, which we will discuss in separate posts. This post focusses...