
Mathematical Literacy: Finding and Using Data
A link page with great pointers to data sets. (US nd world) and basic infomation on how to find data

Statistics Help for Journalists and learners
Numbers can’t “talk,” but they can tell you as much as your human sources can. But just like with human sources, you have to ask! So what should you ask a number? Well, mathematicians have developed an entire field – statistics – dedicated to getting answers out of numbers. Now, you don’t have to have a degree in statistics in order to conduct an effective “interview” with your data. But you do need to know a few basics. Here, described in plain English, are some basic concepts in statistics that every writer should know…

Sugar Stacks – How Much Sugar Is in That?
a site that explores th sugary side of things with a wonderful maths lit lesson in there somewhere…

mission: the math literacy project provides opportunities for students to achieve in a college preparatory mathematics curriculum so that they may gain access to educational, economic, and social resources that will lead to individual empowerment, independence, and social justice.

Finance Minister Trevor Manuel has highlighted the importance of maths literacy among school children, especially under the current economic climate.

Most primary school pupils in South Africa are failing tests for basic language and mathematics skills, the Children’s Institute said
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July 3, 2009 at 9:24 am
Some excellent presentations. Most of the time I was torn between 2 or 3 presentations and wasn’t disappointed. Signage could have been better or a more detailed map. It was difficult to get around. It’s great that AMESA caters for all levels. I think we need to find ways for the different levels to interact.
May 17, 2017 at 11:47 pm
Good to find an expert who knows what he’s tailkng about!
May 31, 2017 at 5:34 pm
What a day! What an amazing story. Thank goodness you and your friend helped him and kept him safe. Very sad indeed.
July 3, 2009 at 9:24 am
Your presentation was a job well done. I wish it could be held again so that it could go down well with me