Cambridge Assessment at this year's party conferences

12 September 2013

Cambridge Assessment hosted roundtable fringe events at this year’s party conferences. As part of our mission to provide research-led analysis of key policy issues, we held events at both the Labour and the Conservative party conferences.

The first event 'Vocational learning: Same for all or personalised pathways?' took place at the Labour party conference in Brighton on Monday 23 September with Stephen Twigg MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Education.

The second event 'Expanding our horizons: how we take the benefits of an English education global' took place at the Conservative party conference in Manchester on Tuesday 1 October with Matthew Hancock MP, Minister for Skills.

We partnered with the Association of Colleges and the think tank Reform for both events.

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