Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education (ACME)

Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education: Advice on 3-19 mathematics education policy in England

The Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education (ACME) is an independent committee that develops advice on mathematics education policy in England. ACME was set up in 2002 by the Royal Society and the Joint Mathematical Council of the UK (JMC) and backed by mathematics organisations.

ACME's advice is underpinned by evidence-informed analysis and harnesses and reflects the expertise of the mathematics community.

Recent highlights

EquationsAssessing problem solving

As part of our wider work on teaching, learning and assessing 'mathematical thinking' ACME is undertaking a project exploring the assessment of problem solving and reasoning. You can read more about ACME's policy advice on assessment here.

Embeddingstats2Embedding Statistics at A level

ACME and the Royal Statistical Society have produced a report on the statistical content of some recently reformed A levels. You can read the full report, Embedding Statistics at A level, here.

 

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