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Vorderman: Maths education in England needs overhaul

School pupils in England should study maths up to the age of 18, according to a report commissioned by the government.

It says radical change is needed to give children the mathematical skills needed to succeed in a workplace where numeracy is increasingly important.

Speaking to the BBC, report author and TV presenter Carol Vorderman said the current system is failing young people and "simply isn't good enough".

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