21 Jun 2019
Cambridge Assessment and Cambridge University Press have jointly acquired Durham University’s renowned Centre for Evaluation and Monitoring (CEM).
A not-for-profit organisation, CEM is one of the largest and longest established research groups. They work with schools and education professionals in 70 countries around the world, providing formative assessments for children of all ages. They already have a presence in many Cambridge International schools, particularly in the Middle East, South East Asia and China, and the quality of their assessments is widely recognised in the UK and globally.
CEM’s assessments and monitoring systems help schools identify and measure a child’s potential and progress, from early years to the end of secondary education, and respond to individual development needs with early educational interventions.
CEM offers assessments for students age 3-18 which, together with their feedback and predictive reporting tools, are used by independent and state schools around the world.
We think CEM’s expertise in formative assessment is hugely exciting - for Cambridge, for CEM and for Cambridge schools worldwide.
Learn more about CEM and how its formative assessment help schools at www.cem.org or email email@example.com (including your Cambridge International centre number if you have one).