Primary Problems: A First Curriculum for Mathematics by David Burghes, is published on 3rd December by Politeia.
In the online appendices, Prof Burghes gives more illustrations from the Mathetically high-performing countries, as well as additional model questions for his own curriculum proposals.
Norbert Hoekstra, Ludger Schuknecht and Holger Zemanek
As the Coalition focuses its economic programme on growth, including plans to stimulate the housing market, should the government embark on another round of fiscal stimulus or is the solution of a different order? Politeia’s new study, Going for Growth: The best course for sustained economic recovery, by three senior economists at Germany’s Finance Ministry considers the evidence from six countries. Each has in recent decades emerged from similar problems of high public expenditure and stifled growth.
Secretary of State for Education Michael Gove MP delivers Politeia's Autumn Address.
23rd October 2012
Michael Gove MP, the Education Secretary, spoke before a packed house at the St Stephen's Club, delivering a wide-ranging speech on his vision for the future of education policy.
The text of the speech can be read here.
A selection of press coverage can be read here.
On 23rd October, Michael Gove, Secretary of State for Education, delivered Politeia's Autumn Address to a packed house of education policy experts, academics, teachers, business leaders and journalists . Below is the full text of the speech, which will be published in a pamphlet by Politeia at a later date.