The Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education (ACME) is a British policy council for the Royal Society based in London, England. Founded in 2002 by the Royal Society and the Joint Mathematical Council, ACME analyzes mathematics education practices and provides advice on education policy. ACME is funded by the Gatsby Charitable Foundation (2002-2015) and the Department for Education.[1]

Members

The committee chair is appointed for a three year term. As of 2018, the membership[2] is composed of:

Frank Kelly (Chair)

Martin Bridson

Paul Glaister

Paul Golby

Jeremy Hodgen

Mary McAlinden

Lynne McClure

Emma McCoy

Jil Matheson

David Spiegelhalter

Sally Bridgeland

References

Education, ACME - Advisory Committee on Mathematics. "Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education - ACME". www.acme-uk.org.

"Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education (ACME) - Royal Society". royalsociety.org.

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