News

News

Excited student

Welcome to our news section. Here you will find our latest news stories and press office contact details.

Our exam boards also have dedicated news sections and press offices.

  • There are three stand-out features of the world’s top-performing education systems, a seminar has heard. Over 100 people attended a Cambridge Assessment Network talk by Lucy Crehan, whose book Cleverlands chronicles her experiences observing the best educational practice from around the world.

    Read more

  • Cambridge Assessment has announced that its exam boards Cambridge English Language Assessment and Cambridge International Examinations have changed their names.

    Read more

  • A Cambridge Approach to improving education using international insights has been launched at the leading UK think tank Policy Exchange. The result of a wide-ranging study of educational improvement across a range of jurisdictions, it is designed to guide thinking on policy formation and ensure governments take a more comprehensive view of the forces and factors at work in education systems.

    Read more

  • Group Chief Executive Simon Lebus is to leave Cambridge Assessment in March 2018, after 15 years at the helm.

    Read more

  • Cambridge Assessment today announces the appointment of a new Research Director. Tom Bramley takes over from Sylvia Green, who is retiring after 22 years.

    Read more

  • Volatility in schools’ GCSE exam results is normal, quantifiable and predictable, researchers from Cambridge Assessment argue in a report out today.

    Read more