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More than 1000 teachers, principals, administrators and education leaders attended Cambridge-led sessions at the National Conference on Magnet Schools in the US recently to hear how Cambridge programmes have transformed education in Miami-Dade schools.
We offered over 430 teachers across the Middle East the opportunity to improve their skills at Cambridge Global Learners events last month. The roadshows took place between 17 and 24 April in the UAE, Kuwait, Bahrain and Egypt.
Burcu Benderli, Manager for Turkey, Benelux, Switzerland & Wider Europe, was in Ankara recently visiting Bilkent Laboratory and International School (BLIS).
We are pleased to let you know that Shanawer Beg has been promoted to the role of Manager, North Pakistan. He has relocated from our Lahore office to be based in Islamabad with Country Director Uzma Yousuf. Together they form part of our larger South Asia team.
Building students’ capacity to understand how they think and become ‘self-aware learners’ is likely to bring about marked and sustained improvement in their educational achievement, according to experts at our Pakistan Schools Conference in Lahore on 11 April 2016.
With a team of seven now in post, Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Director Juan Visser feels Cambridge International Examinations is well prepared to meet growing demand for Cambridge programmes.
Chitkara International School in Chandigarh, India, takes a highly innovative approach to curriculum development. Using research from Chitkara University (part of the same educational trust), the school uses the skills required by higher education and employers as the basis for a teaching programme designed to give students both academic and career success.
On Monday 14 and Tuesday 15 March 2016, 198 Italian teachers travelled to the Liceo Righi in Cesena for the third conference of ‘La Rete’ – the Italian network of Cambridge International Schools.
The recent Cambridge Principals Forum in Pakistan took place in three cities simultaneously.
Following a highly successful year for schools in Spain, Cambridge International Examinations celebrated the 2014-15 Cambridge Outstanding Learner Awards with a presentation to schools in Spain at the annual NABSS (National Association of British Schools in Spain) conference in Madrid on 3 to 6 March 2016.