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In a new blog for Australia's Development Policy Centre, Cambrdige Education's Andy Brock asks can delivery units deliver results in education?
Cambridge Education’s Dr Sharon Tao and Dr Marcia Davidson will be participating at the CIES Annual Conference in Toronto starting today and running til 14th March.
The Developing Private Education in Nigeria (DEEPEN) project was officially launched on the 27th February.
This paper asks if delivery units can catalyse sustained improvements in education service delivery.
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In September 2013, staff from Cambridge Education contributed to the 12th UKFIET International Conference on Education and Development. The conference provided an international platform to consider research and development cooperation experience that is directly relevant to defining new initiatives for changing times. The three-day event brought together policymakers, teachers, practitioners and graduates.
The Cambridge Education-managed ESSPIN programme is looking for a Driver who will provide driving support to state teams as well as other short-term and long-term technical specialists.
The Cambridge Education-managed ESSPIN programme is looking for an Office Assistant who will provide administrative, logistical and facilities support.
The Cambridge Education-managed ESSPIN programme is looking for a State Administrator who will be responsible for managing the programme’s operations functions in Kwara.