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17 Feb 2017
Cambridge International Examinations has entered into a partnership with Putera Sampoerna Foundation to deliver professional development for teachers in Indonesia.
30 Jan 2017
Schools around the world are using the Cambridge Primary programme to develop thinking skills and a global mind set in students from a young age.
Good assessment is about helping students to learn, the world’s largest gathering of education and skills ministers has been told.
15 Dec 2016
In October 2016 we introduced on-screen versions of our Cambridge Secondary 1 Checkpoint tests in Science as an alternative to the paper-based versions. On-screen versions of Cambridge Secondary 1 Checkpoint tests in English will be introduced in May 2017.
13 Dec 2016
Corinth Public Schools in Mississippi, USA, has been operating as a state “Innovation” zone for the last year. Corinth’s innovation was its partnership with the National Center on Education and the Economy and Cambridge International Examinations. We spoke to district superintendent, Dr Lee Childress, to find out more.
12 Dec 2016
Parkside Middle School in Prince William County School District, Virginia, USA became a Cambridge International School in 2013. After years of successful Cambridge implementation, Parkside has taken the next step in its Cambridge evolution by becoming a Cambridge Professional Development Centre, our first centre of this kind in the USA.
08 Dec 2016
Feyza Aribas, Head of English at TED Ankara College in Turkey, is proud to be involved with her school’s initiative to extend Cambridge qualifications to younger learners. She recently shared her experience with us.
We held a number of principals’ networking events around the Gulf region in October, including in Dubai, Jeddah, Riyadh, Muscat, and – for the first time – Bahrain. Over 250 school leaders attended the forums from Cambridge schools and schools aspiring to work with Cambridge.
30 Nov 2016
Cambridge schools gathered at the Residence of the British Ambassador in Bogota on 17 November to celebrate Cambridge International Examinations’ tenth year in Colombia working in collaboration with the British Council.
22 Nov 2016
On Tuesday 15 November, we hosted our first ever Cambridge Principals Forum for schools in Denmark at the British Embassy in Copenhagen. We welcomed over 30 school leaders, representing both prospect and existing Cambridge schools from around Denmark.