Turkey’s ‘Mathematics Village’: Changing education one equation at a time

Jeremie Berlioux:

Morning sun rays filter through colourful stained glass windows, shining on a group of teenagers and students in their 20s sitting on wooden benches having breakfast.

Near the small Turkish village of Sirince, which sits above the Aegean Sea about 10 kilometres away from the ruins of Turkey’s ancient Greek city Ephesus, this scene could resemble any other summer camp if it weren’t for the students mulling over intricate polygons and matrices.