Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education (ACME)

What is ACME?

Intro The Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education (ACME) is an independent committee that utilises its expertise to develop advice that it uses to influence mathematics education policy. ACME undertakes evidence-based analysis, harnessing and reflecting the expertise of the mathematics community.

ACME statement on A level reform

ACME has made a statement regarding A level reform after the Department for Education and Ofqual launched their consultations on content and assessment respectively. Also published simultaneously were the reports from the A Level Content Advisory Board (ALCAB).

Read ACME's Maths Memo post on what's been happening in A level.

Maths Memos

See the newest Maths Memo by Sybil Cock, Outer Circle member, reflecting on post-16 mathematics.

Empowering teachers: success for learners

ACME's latest report sets out the priorities for professional development of teachers for mathematics against the changing professional development landscape. The report makes recommendations for improving professional development for teachers of mathematics, in order to meet the mathematical needs of learners. ACME's vision for professional development is also available.

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