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Cambridge International is ready to partner with US districts and schools to provide evidence-based programs and resources that address the impact of COVID-19 on US students and educators with funding through Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER).
As a global organization with a 160-year history as part of the University of Cambridge, Cambridge International partners with schools and districts around the world with a shared goal of making education transformation a reality. Cambridge International can help your schools to:
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Cambridge CEM diagnostic assessments identify learning loss in foundational areas such as literacy and math, target interventions, and better inform your teaching. Cambridge CEM assessments can also predict grades in Cambridge IGCSE and International AS & A Level. Include easy online access.
Our professional development supports our competency-based, assessment-aligned model to improve teacher daily practice. We also include training on how to use diagnostic assessments to address learning loss and accelerate learning. Offered online and face-to-face; as school- or district-based professional development qualifications; and through events such as Cambridge School Conferences.
Our School Self-Evaluation and School Consultancy services use evidence and data to help you make informed decisions about areas of school practice that need improvement. We work with you to target areas for further analysis and identify concrete next steps.
Cambridge International offers a fully integrated and flexible K-12 educational system that aligns curriculum, pedagogy, and assessments. We support a variety of implementation models that work specifically with your school and community. The Cambridge Pathway can be adapted to students from a variety of backgrounds across a range of ability levels.
Kingman Unified School District assessed student progress with Cambridge CEM diagnostic exams.
Tennessee school leaders get customized training from Cambridge International and Tennessee Organization of School Superintendents (TOSS).
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools partner with Cambridge International to increase equity.
Pasco County Schools increase student options with Cambridge International.
5 to 11 years old*
A broad and balanced curriculum:
11 to 14 years old*
14 to 16 years old*
A wide choice of subjects at:
16 to 19 years old*
* Age ranges are for guidance only
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