I refer only to academic PhDs, not doctorates in education. Many swanky fee-paying schools in England and the US hire PhDs as teachers. So what qualities are likely unique to PhDs and may not be mastered (pun intended) by teachers whose highest degree is a Masters?

Charterhouse‘s PhDs in math include:

Dr Graham Kemp, MSc, MMath, PhD

Dr Philip Langman, PhD

Dr Stephen Marshall, MMath, DPhil

Phillips Exeter Academy:

Zuming Feng, “Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University with an emphasis on algebraic number theory and elliptic curves.”

Panama C. Geer, M.S., Ph.D.

Filip Djordjije Sain, PhD Applied Math

St Paul’s Girls’ School (in London):

Damon Vosper Singleton (Head of Department) — MMath (Oxon), PhD

(London)

Pip Bennett BSc, MA (Durham), PhD (Bristol)

Alexandra Randolph MMath (Oxon), PhD (Nottingham), MIMA

Head of Department

Dr Ian Jackson

MA (Hons) Mathematics : Trinity Hall, Cambridge

MMath : University of Cambridge

PhD (Radial Basis Function Methods for Multivariable Approximation) : University of Cambridge

Dr Jeremy King

MA (Hons) Mathematics : St. John’s College, Cambridge

PhD (Finite presentability of Lie algebras and pro- groups) : University of Cambridge

Dr Zi Wang

MA (Hons) Mathematics and Statistics: Christ Church, Oxford

MMATH: Christ Church, Oxford

PhD (Sparse multivariate models for pattern detection in high-dimensional biological data): Imperial College London