Unlocking the power of questions in education
Questions have a powerful and fundamental role to play in education, a conference has heard. More than 100 people attended Cambridge Assessment's flagship event, Questioning Questions, with around 1,000 more taking part online (front page continued on p3).
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New CEO looks forward (p2)
The University of Cambridge has announced the appointment of Saul Nassé as the new Group Chief Executive of Cambridge Assessment. Saul succeeds Simon Lebus, who has stepped down after 15 years, during which time the Group has grown into one of the world's leading assessment and education services organisations.
Ivy League success for Cambridge new joiner (p4)
A US high school that introduced Cambridge programmes to raise standards has sent its first student to an Ivy League university.
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