Cambridge University Press & Assessment
Transforming societies through education
Working in partnership with Cambridge gives you access to specialist knowledge, experience and support to develop and deliver education reform policy. We have worked with governments to make real change in education systems for all ages and contexts around the world for over 100 years.
Our work includes designing and implementing programmes in curriculum, assessment, publishing, teacher training and raising standards of English language learning and teaching. We offer our wide range of services for projects of every size and at every level – from benchmarking studies completed in just a few weeks, to long-term capacity development over several years.
In Kazakhstan, our work with the Educational Resources Centre to create a new, nationally capable educational publishing organisation from scratch enabled them to produce hundreds of resources over the last five years. In Bahrain, working with the Education and Training Quality Authority, we established a new and independent exam board. The board is now run securely and effectively by the local authority team, and will help build a more diversified, knowledge-based economy.
Together, we can create coherent solutions that are scalable and sustainable, like connecting Rohingya refugee children with the future through quality-assured, measurable education. We can develop knowledge and local teams’ capacity, like supporting publishers in Thailand to raise the standard of textbooks in state schools.
“Cambridge’s contribution has greatly changed the way [the Institute] produces new learning/teaching materials in a very positive way.”
The Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology, Thailand Ministry of Education, 2021
Cambridge Partnership for Education is the part of Cambridge University Press & Assessment dedicated to working directly with governments and international development organisations to improve the quality of education systems. Our approach draws together experts from across Cambridge’s global network to help you reach your goals. We work with other University of Cambridge departments, like the Faculty of Education, as well as colleagues in our 50 offices worldwide.
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