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We are supporting our partners to create successful educational change through innovative projects which help countries deliver world-class standards of education in their schools. Here are some examples of our work.
In Egypt, we are working with the Education Development Fund to provide an extensive range of educational products and services, on a phased basis, to a group of five new pilot schools known as the Nile Egyptian Schools. The deliverables include a full curriculum for Kindergarten to Grade 12, exams and assessment, teacher training, leadership training, professional development and quality assurance. The schools are bilingual and the curriculum is benchmarked to Egyptian and international standards.
Read our full case study about the Nile Egyptian Schools project.
In Mongolia, we are working with the Ministry of Education and Science to support reform initiatives to achieve a world-class education system by 2018.
Our support aims to enable the ministry to raise teaching, learner and assessment standards across the Mongolian-medium national system and to introduce state-funded bilingual streams of education accessible across the country.
The initial phase of the project has focused on the development of new curricula in English, maths and science and the professional development of teachers. As with other projects, we are working in close collaboration with other partners to deliver this initiative including Cambridge English Language Assessment, the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education and Cambridge University Press.
In our education partnerships with governments and national education bodies we are ‘language aware’ and sensitive to the language needs of each context.
We can develop our curricula and qualifications in different languages to meet requirements at the relevant national level in relation to bilingual or trilingual education, where at least two languages are used to teach different subjects such as science or maths.
Read case studies of our projects to support multilingualism in Kazakhstan, the Netherlands and Malaysia: