England unveils new "real life" maths curriculum

Following reports that many students enter the workplace struggling with maths, England has announced plans to beef up instruction -- including algebra, probability, statistics and advanced calculation -- to focus on the use of maths in "real situations". The country also is launching new exams tied to maths to encourage students to study the subject up to age 18 and better enable them to compete for jobs.

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