The Teaching of Mathematics


MANY correspondents who hold views much like my own are angry that I should lend my countenance to the sort of reform in mathematical teaching which is now being so strongly advocated by the recognised teachers and by mathematicians. I beg to assure these friends that I am acting in a very consistent way, and I mean to help the reformers so long as they do me the honour to let me assist them.

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PERRY, J. The Teaching of Mathematics. Nature 65, 484–486 (1902).

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