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Part of the University of Cambridge, we are an international education publisher that provides books, digital resources, and services to teachers and learners all around the world. Used by schools in over 160 countries, we publish approximately 900 new titles every year that support teaching and learning for UK and international curricula.
Brighter thinking drives the Cambridge approach. Every day we talk to teachers and leading educational thinkers in Cambridge and around the world about how to make teaching and learning better. We share teachers’ ambitions to prepare students for success in life, both academically and personally. This leads to better learning for all.
You and Cambridge, building brighter futures together.
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The place to find international education enthusiasts from all backgrounds discussing the challenges faced by teachers in a modern classroom. Discover new teaching ideas, latest trends and plenty of education talk.
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Meet the world’s most dedicated teachers!
Teachers play a vital role in the lives of their students and often make a difference without even knowing it. The Dedicated Teacher Awards are a global competition in which you can nominate a current primary or secondary teacher for something wonderful they've done.
Meet Patricia Abril our 2020 winner
Out of over 6,000 nominations from 97 countries, 50 shortlisted entries, and 6 finalists, Patricia Abril was voted the winner of the 2020 Dedicated Teacher Awards for her work with students on social projects in the local community.
Meet Ahmed Saya our 2019 winner
Ahmed was the 2019 winner from Cordoba School for A-Level in Pakistan! Ahmed won the award for his work in sculpting students who are 'good humans'.
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