Struggling young adults are question mark for campaigns
Reportedly, a growing number of people say poor maths skills are something to be embarrassed about, with 63 per cent admitting that they would feel embarrassed to tell someone they were poor at maths.
Rachel Riley, TV presenter and co-host of Channel 4’s ‘Countdown’ said: “Being bad at maths shouldn't be something to brag about and I'm glad people are waking up to this, but there's no reason to be embarrassed to look for help when it comes to numeracy.
“There are so many opportunities to improve your skills during everyday life, doing even a little a day can make maths feel more familiar and less scary.” Whether you want to improve your maths to help you put up some shelves, balance the books or help your children with their homework, try out our quiz to find out whether your maths and numeracy skills are up to scratch.
The questions are taken from past KS1 (up to age 7), KS2 (up to age 11), KS3 (up to age 14) and GCSE (up to age 16) papers so you can see how your skills match up.
After his election, on January 10, 1966, the State House voted 184-12 not to seat him because of his publicly-stated opposition to the Vietnam War.
Indeed, financial literacy in itself is becoming increasingly recognised as something lacking in education.
On January 14, 1860, the Committee of Thirty-Three introduced a proposed Constitutional Amendment to allow slavery in the areas it then existed.