This page is a part of a feasibility study of possible setting up an European Association of Specialists Mathematics Schools.
21 Feb 2020. Some papers on specialists mathematics schools:
- K. Fried and C. Szabo, Practices for identifying, supporting and developing mathematical giftedness in school children: The Hungarian scene (long version), The De Morgan Gazette 11 no. 3 (2019), 15-29. bit.ly/2s2CVo8
- A. Borovik, What can specialist mathematics schools give to students that mainstream schools cannot? The De Morgan Gazette 9 no. 3 (2017), 17–25. bit.ly/2mSXnzC
- D. Donmez, Ankara Fen Lisesi (Turkey), The De Morgan Gazette 7 no. 1 (2015) 1-3.
- E. I. Khukhro, Physics and Mathematics School by Correspondence at the Novosibirsk State University, The De Morgan Journal 3 no.1 1–6.
The De Morgan Journal (ISSN 2049-6559): Volume 2, Issue 2: Specialist Mathematics Schools and Education of “Mathematically Able” Children
- A. D. Gardiner, Introduction, pp. 1-4. bit.ly/2iWdyih
- M. Lemme, Utter elitism: French mathematics and the system of classes prépas, pp. 5-22. bit.ly/2jJDYRs
- A. V. Borovik, “Free Maths Schools”: some international parallels, pp. 23-35. bit.ly/2jhXHcA
- D. Yumashev, ZFTSh: A specialist correspondence school, pp. 37-41. bit.ly/2j5Rxsz
- P. Tanovic, Matematicka Gimnazija, pp. 43-46. bit.ly/2jib8cr
- P. Juhász, Hungary: Search for mathematical talent, pp. 47-52. bit.ly/2iW8mLg
- F. Truong and G. Truc, ‘Studying in a prépa as surviving in hell’: untold episodes from a mythical media tale, pp. 53-61. bit.ly/2k94vHQ
- D. Pierce, St. John’s College, pp.63-73. bit.ly/2jTVhSG
- A. V . Borovik and A. D. Gardiner, Mathematical abilities and mathematical skills, pp. 75-86. bit.ly/2jTYy4r
- A. D. Gardiner, Nurturing able young mathematicians, pp. 87-96. bit.ly/2jR3nLo
- Acceleration or enrichment: Report of a seminar held at the Royal Society
on 22 May 2000, pp. 97-125. bit.ly/2jpdHqW