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Studying maths post-GCSEs aids brain development – should it be compulsory?

By Alexei Vernitski, Senior Lecturer in Mathematics, University of Essex
Alexander Partner, Lecturer and PhD researcher in mathematics education, University of Essex
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New research shows that secondary pupils who take maths past 16 have higher levels of a chemical that boosts brain plasticity and learning in general. What other teaching can provide this?

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