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Selected reports relevant to mathematics education in Australia

AAMT contributes to and reviews reports that are relevant to mathematics education in schools. In this section, we provide some selected public reports that may be of interest to mathematics educators. The reports are freely available online, but we have consolidated them here for ease of access. We wish to thank the government and other organisations that are responsible for producing them.

The PISA 2021 Mathematics Framework (Draft)
(OECD,  November 2018)


The Future of Education and Skills – Education 2030
(OECD,  2018)


Through Growth to Achievement : Report of the Review to Achieve Educational Excellence in Australian Schools
(Australian Federal Government, March 2018)

David Gonski AC, Terrey Arcus AM, Ken Boston AO, Valerie Gould, Wendy Johnson, Lisa O’Brien, Lee-Anne Perry, Michael Roberts

Policy Insights: Challenges in STEM Learning in Australian Schools 
(ACER, May 2018)

Michael Timms, Kathryn Moyle, Paul R Weldon, Pru Mitchell

Occasional Paper: Crunching the Numbers on out-of-field Teaching 
(AMSI, November 2018)

Geoff Prince, Michael O’Connor

Nothing left to chance: characteristics of schools successful in mathematics
(University of Tasmania, 2016)

Rosemary Callingham, Judy Anderson, Kim Beswick, Colin Carmichael, Vince Geiger, Merrilyn Goos, Derek Hurrell, Christopher Hurst, Tracey Muir, Helen Watt, Linda Page

Can the universities of today lead learning for tomorrow? The University of the Future
(Ernst & Young, 2018)

Lucille Halloran, Catherine Friday

Occasional Paper: Improving the mathematical performance of Australia’s students
(Office of the Chief Scientist, 2018)

Phillippa Smith, Matthew Ladewig, Roslyn Prinsley

Optimising STEM industry-school partnerships: Inspiring Australia’s next generation : Final Report
(Education Council, 2018)

Alan Finkel AO, Australia’s Chief Scientist

Policy Insights: Out-of-field Teaching in Australian secondary schools
(ACER, 2016)

Paul R Weldon

Identifying and Supporting Quantitative Skills of 21st Century Workers
(AAMT and Australian Industry Group, 2014)

Reference Group:
Jim Syrmas, Margaret Bigelow, Roslyn Prinsley, Dave Tour