Some have suggested that deracialising the academy requires all researchers, teachers and students to link knowledge and identity. What might this mean for mathematics?
We don't know what knowledge we'll need in the future, and that's where maths research comes in.
Here are some strategies that can help boost both teachers' and their students' confidence in maths.
A mathematician shares some tips on how to avoid four-hour car park grid lock.
£41m will be spent on 'mastery learning' – will it improve learning in primary schools?
Physics says Game of Thrones dragons can fly. Whoever said maths was useless?
Computers are increasingly used to prove mathematical theorems. So does that mean human mathematicians will become obselete?
It's a mistake to allow teenagers to drop maths – it should be made compulsory at A-Level.
Calculus helped determined the outcome of World War I's biggest naval battle, 100 years ago.
The film presents some of the best descriptions of mathematics yet seen on the big screen. It shows mathematics as art and as a creative process of discovery.
Spending time with scientists and engineers and going to laboratories increases students' interest in STEM subjects.
International education tests reveal Australia has either stagnated or declined in many subject areas, including maths and science, while other countries have made big improvements. Why is this?
Here's how to use maths to pull off the craziest motorbike stunt of all time.
Far from being a waste of time, making maths education compulsory to 18 could help provide a clearer path to economic prosperity.
This Pi Day we should celebrate William Jones, the 18th century Welsh farm boy who named the mysterious number.
Mathematicians have long been revealing the beauty in the one of nature's most mysterious numbers.
And it's not all down to David Beckham...
Lack of confidence, negative attitudes and low student participation rates are just a few of the challenges maths and science teachers face.
A new book criticizes how and what American math classes are teaching. Singling out math instruction in this age of high-stakes testing and accountability is unsporting.
Tracing over maths problems can enhance students’ learning of more advanced mathematical content and multi-step problems.