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Cambridge Outlook is our official magazine, published twice a year on paper and here, online. The magazine is distributed to schools throughout the world.
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We have been researching the impact of Cambridge International AS and A Level, and in this issue you can read about our latest study. It confirms that the qualification helps develop ‘college ready’ students. This edition also celebrates the 25th anniversary of the first Cambridge IGCSE exam, and includes school case studies.
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Reflecting the theme of the Cambridge Teachers Conference 2012, this issue has a special focus on leadership in schools. We've invited experts in school leadership to contribute to the magazine, exploring the role of teachers in education reform and the future of leadership in schools. You can also read about the latest news and qualification developments from Cambridge.
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Read this issue to learn more about our work with the University of Cambridge. If you teach in a bilingual education context, you will be interested to read about our new range of support in this area. Plus, find out the results of our surveys of Cambridge teachers and exams officers, and why a new report champions Cambridge Global Perspectives.
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This issue begins with a celebration of Cambridge learners and the qualities they develop during their Cambridge studies. We also bring you insight into why US universities value Cambridge learners so highly, and updates on new qualifications and resources. You can also read the results of our research interviews with Cambridge principals - the first step in a new approach to measuring customer satisfaction.
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This issue of Cambridge Outlook is all about partnerships: we look at the way members of the Cambridge learning community are working together across cities, countries and continents. We work closely with Cambridge schools to improve our services, and bring news of our refreshed programmes for 5-14 year olds and new features on CIE Direct, the online tool for exams officers.
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We take a fresh look at a Cambridge programmes and qualifications, highlighting how our education programmes from Primary to Advanced are supported by a coherent approach to curriculum, assessment, teacher support and the Cambridge learning community. You'll also learn more about new developments at Cambridge and get the latest on CIE's annual International Teachers' Conference.
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The Cambridge Learning Community is the focus of the most recent issue of Outlook. Find out how you can benefit from the new interactive features on our Teacher Support website, and collaborate with Cambridge teachers online. We also profile some Cambridge students who have progressed to top universities.
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Cambridge students are at the centre of this issue of Outlook. We report on our interactive student-centred education conference in Mumbai, and show how education is transforming the lives of Cambridge students in Africa. We also reveal the winning entries in our 150th Anniversary student competition.
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This issue of Outlook has a special focus on the Cambridge Professional Development programme. We also bring you the results of our Centre Satisfaction Survey, an in-depth interview with leading educationalist Professor Paul Black, and news from teachers and students around the world.
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This issue of Outlook includes an in–depth interview with leading educationalist Professor John MacBeath and an update on progress with our innovative new suite of IGCSEs. There’s also news from centres around the world, student success–stories and details of forthcoming training courses.
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Read this issue of Outlook to find out more about Cambridge International A Level, Cambridge Professional Development qualifications, news from the regions, and the achievements of top Cambridge students.