Australian Financial Review, 13 May 2016. AMSI Director, Professor Geoff Prince has called on all sides of politics to reveal how they will turn the tide on Australia’s shortage of trained mathematics and science teachers. He spoke to Tim Dodd about the challenges facing maths and STEM education. Read More.
The Common Denominator, April 2016. Choose Maths is turning the tide on Australia’s maths capability and engagement of women and girls to meet a growing demand for STEM skills. Writing in the Mathematics Association Victoria’s flagship publication, The Common Denominator, AMSI Schools Program Manager and Program Director for Choose Maths, Janine McIntosh, explores how institute is tackling some of Australian maths’ […]
A core priority in the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute’s (AMSI) Vision for a Maths Future, gender equity remains a key challenge across the Australian mathematical sciences. AMSI Director, Professor Geoff Prince, says the issue’s complexity and systemic impact means a range of measures will be needed to drive change. This week’s announcement that the University of […]
The Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) is calling for all sides of politics to outline their plan to reverse the growing shortage of trained science and mathematics teachers. “Without decisive action, we risk falling further behind in global education standards and deepening our deficit in skills critical to support innovation and discovery for the future,” […]