The Mathematical Association

Our Group organises 3000+ Global Conferenceseries Events every year across USA, Europe & Asia with support from 1000 more scientific societies and Publishes 700+ Open Access Journals which contains over 50000 eminent personalities, reputed scientists as editorial board members.

The Mathematical Association

The Mathematical Association is a professional society concerned with mathematics education in the UK. The Mathematical Association has a long history of promoting the very best in learning and teaching Mathematics, they actively engage in consultation and discussions on issues currently affecting Mathematics education. The Mathematical Association respond professionally and constructively to ministerial announcements and to proposals from the Department for Education, and from bodies concerned with curricula, assessment and training. The association comments on inquiry reports, academic research findings and reports published by organizations and learned bodies supporting Mathematics in Britain. Occasionally, The Mathematical Association adopts position papers prompted by discussions amongst ordinary members, and at their committees. The Association hopes to have something distinctive to say on Mathematics curriculum and pedagogy, formative and summative assessment, inspection, the dissemination of quality assurance information, and the training, expertise, professional development, recruitment and retention of Mathematics teachers. It exists to "bring about improvements in the teaching of mathematics and its applications, and to provide a means of communication among students and teachers of mathematics”. Since 1894 it has published The Mathematical Gazette. It jointly hosts the British Congress of Mathematics Education conference which is held every 4 years in April, situated at different universities each year. This combined conference is supported by the following associations and societies. Aside from the Council, it has seven other specialist committees. ts branches are sometimes shared with the ATM:Birmingham, Cambridge, East Midlands, Glasgow, Gloucester, Liverpool, London, Marches, Meridian (southern England), Sheffield, Sussex, Yorkshire.

Read More»