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The mission of the University of Cambridge is to contribute to society through the pursuit of education, learning, and research at the highest international levels of excellence.
Cambridge Mathematics is a collaborative enterprise in pursuit of this mission. The four University partners - Cambridge Assessment, Cambridge University Press, the Faculty of Mathematics and the Faculty of Education - are committed to championing and securing a world class mathematics education for all students from 3 – 19 years old, which will be applicable to both national and international contexts and based on evidence from research and practice. Calling on our institutional courage and using the leadership, authority and expertise of the University as well as those of the global mathematics community, we are developing a coherent, transparent, evidence-based vision for Cambridge Mathematics – a vision that will make a major contribution to mathematics education internationally.
Cambridge Mathematics is a long term programme of developments and by 2020 we aim to have made considerable progress towards the seven subsidiary aims.
Cambridge Mathematics originated when concerned and interested parties from across the University of Cambridge came together in pursuit of a vision for mathematics education.
We are a collaborative enterprise comprising of four education and mathematics partner organisations, all of which are departments of the University of Cambridge. We are committed to championing and securing a world class mathematics education for all students from 3 – 19 years old, applicable to both national and international contexts and based on evidence from research and practice. The project is being headed on behalf of the partners by a team of maths education specialists.
There are currently no vacancies within Cambridge Mathematics.