Herald Sun Education Reporter, Suzan Delibasic, has reported on new data by the Australian Education Union revealing more than two in five Victorian principals say maths and sciences classes are [...]
AMSI commentary has been included in an ABC Online report on Australian teacher shortages. Digital Reporter Antonia O’Flaherty, reports: “Almost half of Australian school principals [...]
A report by Jordan Baker, Education Editor of The Sydney Morning Herald. “Australia has a maths problem in its schools. The performance of the country’s students has steadily declined since [...]
1 in 4 Australian year 8s have teachers unqualified in maths — this hits disadvantaged schools even harder
The Conversation has reported on new analysis revealing almost one in four (23%) Australian year 8 students were being taught maths in 2018 by teachers whose major qualification was in a field [...]
The Australian's National Education Correspondent, Rebecca Urban, has written a piece on the proposed changes to Australia's mathematics curriculum.
In today's Herald Sun, AMSI Director, Professor Tim Marchant, provides commentary on why Australia's maths curriculum requires urgent review.
The Sydney Morning Herald has reported on a joint media statement made by leading maths and science groups.
3AW Mornings with Neil Mitchell has discussed the growing push for changes to be made to Australia's maths curriculum.
A passion for technology and girl power has seen NSW teacher Corrine Vingerhoed, named the nation’s top maths teacher at today’s Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) Choose Maths [...]