The DfE has identified a number of areas where it wishes to make changes to the current GCSEs. Tiering and Grading are amongst the most challenging. Read our views on structural and technical issues.
Our vision for Science qualifications is to provide an appropriate foundation for those wishing to progress to further Science study, whilst also offering a grounding in the fundamentals of Science for those students who do not continue the subject after 16.
Our vision for Maths qualifications for England is to develop a curriculum and assessment model that emphasises the richness and power of Mathematics, is comparable in intellectual rigour to the best in the world, and encourages the continued study of the subject.
Our vision for English qualifications for England is to develop a curriculum and assessment model that helps young people explore communication, culture and creativity, develop their critical and independent thinking and engage with the richness of our language and literary heritage.
Qualification reform in England has encouraged us to bring together the various strands of our research on international comparability. Find out about more about our work on GCSE reform.
Cambridge Assessment Singapore hosted its first Cambridge Educational Leadership Seminar 'Implementing Bilingual Education: Pedagogy and Management'.
What does research suggest are the most powerful influences on student learning and what does this mean in Asia?
Do students who take GCSEs early perform better in their chosen examinations, or are they giving up their chance of getting a higher grade?
Speaking at IEFE 2013, Tim Oates examines the characteristics of qualifications frameworks.
OCR, our UK exam board, has announced exciting partnerships with the Raspberry Pi Foundation and Computing at Schools.
International surveys such as PISA, TIMSS and PIRLS seem to be gaining increasing leverage when countries come to review educational policy but what do they really tell us?
In a significant new paper, Cambridge Assessment’s Director of Assessment Research and Development, Tim Oates, looks at the whole issue of vocational and technical education in Britain and Europe.
Cambridge Assessment Singapore's first 'Cambridge Horizons' event for policy makers, curriculum developers and educators took place on 27 November.
Cambridge Assessment opens new Asia Pacific office in Singapore. Find out more about international perspectives on school leadership and the educational policy agenda in Asia Pacific.
Schools are experimenting by using two languages concurrently within the same lesson. What does this mean for teaching and assessment?