'Young people could be limiting future salaries by dismissing A level mathematics'. The REVAMP final report has been released, you can read more about the project's findings on the Nuffield Foundation website.
Professor Andrew Noyes
Dr Mike Adkins
The Nuffield Foundation
The REVAMP study (2013-16) combined four strands of quantitative analysis to understand the current and changing attitudes to participation in, and value of, A level mathematics. It used high-quality secondary datasets (NCDS, BCS, NPD, HESA) and included a large-scale survey of 17-year-olds' understandings of the value of mathematics in their educational and life choices and aspirations.
The four quantitative strands of the project are:
These studies were interwoven with a policy trajectory analysis that traces the values attributed to A level mathematics, in particular its economic value.
Further information regarding this project is available:
REVAMP in the media
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