Ensuring a High Quality, Localised Infrastructure for the CPD of Maths Teachers

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The purpose of the study, produced by the Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education (ACME) was to inform the establishment of the planned National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM), but it is also hoped that this report of the study will be viewed as a useful contribution to the on-going debate about subject-specific needs for teachers.

Mindful of the infrastructure for the provision of science-specific continuing professional development (CPD) for teachers already in operation, ACME looks forward to the establishment of the NCETM and its associated localised infrastructure for the provision of mathematics-specific CPD.

The report concludes by making a number of recommendations.

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