Maths could become a compulsory subject up until the age of 18.

Chancellor George Osborne declared plans for a review to take place that will determine whether maths should be studied by all pupils until they are aged 18. It comes as part of a proposal to reform the education system along with plans to introduce a funding formula so that all schools receive a fair amount of money from the government.

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Reference: The Independent

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