Australian Mathematical Sciences – A Vision for 2025

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The reintroduction of university mathematics prerequisites is critical to realising the Australian Academy of Science’s ten-year vision for Australia’s mathematical sciences.

Outlining key recommendations from the National Committee for the Mathematical Sciences headed by Professor Nalini Joshi, The Mathematical Sciences in Australia: A Vision for 2025 provides a blueprint to transform mathematics education, research training and industry innovation in Australia.

Committee Member and Director of AMSI, Professor Geoff Prince warns that with up to 40 per cent of mathematics classes in schools taught by out-of-field teachers and Year 12 participation in higher-level mathematics continuing to fall, immediate and decisive action is needed to secure Australia’s mathematical future.

Read the media release <here>.
Full report available here <here>.

For information on the National Committee for the Mathematical Sciences and background documents, click here.

Media Coverage

Thursday, 17 March 2016

ABC World Today, Lucy Carter, Maths Must Be Mandatory University Degree Prerequisite Experts

The Australian Financial Review, Tim Dodson, Falling Maths Standards Risk the Economy, Science Academy Warns

The Australian, Julie Hare , Low university entrance bar doesn’t add up for maths students

The Age, Kate Aubusson, Push For Year 12 Maths Prerequisites For Stem Degrees

The Sydney Morning Herald, Kate Aubusson, Push For Year 12 Maths Prerequisites For Stem Degrees

Educator, Robert Ballantyne, Urgent Attention Needed on Maths Deficit

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