Jeremy Hodgen is Professor of Mathematics Education at the University of Nottingham, having previously been Professor of Mathematics Education at King's College London. He has conducted 18 funded research projects, including Increasing Competence and Confidence in Algebra and Multiplicative Structures (ICCAMS) and several studies examining participation in post-16 mathematics.
He recently completed two influential comparative studies funded by the Nuffield Foundation examining participation in post-16 mathematics and was joint-coordinator of the UK Economic and Social Research Council's Targeted Initiative in Science and Mathematics Education (TISME).
He has published widely on mathematics education, teacher education, assessment, international comparisons and standards over time. He is currently collaborating on projects in South and Scotland. Prior to his academic career, he taught mathematics in primary and secondary schools in London.