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In a large-scale survey of 17 year olds, over 80% of young people who didn’t take any post-16 maths said they were against it being made compulsory.
This is one of the findings of the REVAMP (Rethinking the Value of Advanced Mathematics Participation) report from the Nuffield Foundation, which analysed current and changing attitudes to, participation in, and value of A level mathematics.
The report highlights some important issues to address if the study of maths post 16 is to be made compulsory.
According to the report: