August 2018: What’s News in Education


The truth about effect sizes, new hurdles for teachers and principals, Chinese super-classes, an Aussie Fields Medallist and more.

PATH18 was a blast!


PATH18 was a chance for our teacher community to gather, share stories, and learn for each other. It was also a chance for Maths Pathway to share some of our own tips and tricks of the trade.

It’s Pi Approximation Day!


You might already be familiar with Pi Day celebrated on the 3rd of March (3/14 in US date format), but did you know about Pi Approximation Day? Held on the 22nd of July every year (22/7), Pi Approximation Day is another chance for everyone to celebrate the most famous irrational number! This date works because […]

July 2018: What’s News in Education


The 30 million word gap, ATAR obsessions, new research from East Germany and Cartesian-inspired fairy tales.

Today, Maths Pathway was recognised as being among the companies creating the most positive overall impact on its customers based on an independent, comprehensive assessment administered by the nonprofit B Lab.

June 2018: What’s News in Education


The educational benefits of confusion, confusion about tests, budget promises and an Ultranet announcement.

When used effectively and in a purposeful manner, technology can empower teachers to deliver high quality, modern education that suits each and every one of their students.

Gonski 2.0 —the Review to Achieve Educational Excellence in Australian Schools— was familiar reading to over 200 pioneering Australian schools, who have been using a Learning and Teaching Model already aligned to a large number of the recommendations within the report.

May 2018 Edition: What’s News In Education


The mysteries of prime numbers, Australian education politics, a new galaxy, and more.

Media release: Homegrown education start-up driving unprecedented student growth in maths

A new report from Australian education company Maths Pathway has shown that students in the 186 Maths Pathway partner schools learn mathematics at more than double the rate of students in classrooms that don’t use their model.

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