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17 May 2018
Over 230 school leaders and teachers attended the annual Cambridge International Day, which this year was hosted in Kabatas High School with support from Tarabya British Schools.
01 May 2018
Cambridge International held a forum in Saudi Arabia recently to help bring science to life for primary school children.
27 Apr 2018
As the take-up of Cambridge International qualifications in US continues to grow, the Palm Beach School District has held one of Cambridge’s largest-ever celebration of award winners.
The East Asia Schools Conference aims to support Cambridge schools in the region, keeping them up to date with the latest developments and services from Cambridge International.
24 Apr 2018
'The concept of ‘educational impact’ has become increasingly important in academic research and education debate, as no school can make meaningful progress without understanding the effect of its practices on students’ learning,” said Michael O’Sullivan, Chief Executive, Cambridge International at the Pakistan Schools Conference in Lahore on 4 April.
22 Mar 2018
Our East Asia regional team has successfully run two trainer recruitment events and the first Global Perspectives Subject Café in China.
14 Mar 2018
One of the goals of education must be to develop people who are creative and innovative, said Janet Morris, International Network Director, Cambridge International at the British Council Schools Now! conference in Jordan on 6 March 2018.
Teachers in Kenya and Tanzania welcomed Cambridge International Chief Executive, Michael O’Sullivan, into their classrooms in February during his first official visit to both countries.
13 Mar 2018
We’re asking teachers and students around the world to tell us about their education experience as part of the first-ever Global Education Census. How do you get to school? Which languages are spoken in the classroom? What are your hopes for the future? The answers will provide us with unique insights about learning and teaching around the world and help us to develop the first-ever Global Education Census Report — due out in September 2018.
13 Feb 2018
Michael O’Sullivan, our Chief Executive, is to leave Cambridge International later this year after five years with the organisation. During this time Michael has led continuous development of our work in education, growing the range of services we offer to schools and ministries of education worldwide, and substantially building up our international network of Cambridge representatives to support schools locally.