# Sue Chandler

**F. Sue Chandler**, known as **Sue (or Suzanne) Chandler**, is a British schoolteacher and textbook writer, who, together with co-author Linda Bostock, wrote the "Bostock and Chandler" series of textbooks for advanced level mathematics in the UK. At the time she began the series, she was a full-time mathematics teacher at Southgate Technical College in Southgate, London. She eventually stopped teaching courses and focused on textbook writing. Her books have sold more than 5 million copies.^{[1]}^{[2]}

## Selected publicationsEdit

- Textbooks

- L. Bostock & S. Chandler (1975),
*Applied Mathematics, Vol. 1*, Stanley Thornes - L. Bostock & S. Chandler (1976),
*Applied Mathematics, Vol. 2*, Stanley Thornes - L. Bostock & S. Chandler (1978),
*Pure Mathematics, Vol. 1*, Stanley Thornes - L. Bostock & S. Chandler (1979),
*Pure Mathematics, Vol. 2*, Stanley Thornes - L. Bostock & S. Chandler (1981),
*Mathematics – The Core Course for A Level*(2nd ed.), Stanley Thornes - L. Bostock, S. Chandler, and C. P. Rourke (1982),
*Further Pure Mathematics*, Stanley ThornesCS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link) - L. Bostock & S. Chandler (1984),
*Mathematics – Mechanics and Probability*, Stanley Thornes - L. Bostock & S. Chandler (1985),
*Further Mechanics and Probability*, Stanley Thornes - L. Bostock & S. Chandler (1994),
*Core Maths for 'A' Level*(2nd ed.), Nelson Thornes - L. Bostock & S. Chandler (2000),
*Core Maths for 'A' Level*(3rd ed.), Nelson Thornes

- Other

- Chandler, Sue (1997), "A-level mathematics examinations as a fair assessment of the needs of students post-GCSE intermediate and higher tiers",
*Teaching Mathematics and its Applications*,**16**(4): 157–159, doi:10.1093/teamat/16.4.157.

## ReferencesEdit

**^**Chandler, Sue (1992), "Mathematical People: Sue Chandler",*The Mathematical Gazette*,**76**(476): 327, doi:10.2307/3619188.**^**Oxford University Press: Sue Chandler - Author of STP Mathematics (Accessed Jan 21 2016)

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