UK politicians visit ‘world’s oldest school’
Members of the All Party Parliamentary China Group joined Michael O’Sullivan, Chief Executive of Cambridge International Examinations, on a visit to Chengdu Shishi High School in China’s Sichuan province. The school stands on the site of the first Chinese state school, founded around 141BC, and offers a range of Cambridge programmes (front page continued on p3).
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Malaysia looks forward (p2)
Malaysia’s Ministry of Education has signed a five-year contract with Cambridge English Language Assessment to provide support for a national programme which aims to enhance English proficiency among teachers and students.
Masters of assessment recognised (p4)
The first people to take a new postgraduate certificate in assessment are celebrating completing their course. Forty-eight education professionals from across the UK embarked on the Postgraduate Certificate in Educational Assessment and Examinations.
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