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Welcome to our Thought Leadership blog.

We at Cambridge University Press International Education are driven by a simple imperative: to work alongside educators and learners to provide individuals with accessible, inspirational learning resources that lead them to a lifetime of achievement. Our Thought Leadership blog contains posts to inspire educators and students.

Our posts for educators cover important topics and events on International Education and education research and practice. Our student posts aim to inspire students on their journey to a lifetime of achievement in posts and videos from academics and industry professionals. In these posts professionals discuss their academic background, career trajectory and research interests, offering practical advice and inspiration on how to work in their industry / research area.

We hope you enjoy reading them and we look forward to seeing your responses. If you are interested in contributing to our blog get in touch.

The Development of Teacher Education

Bob Moon editor of Do Universities have a Role in the Education and Training of Teachers? summarises the common features and challenges of the development of teacher education.

Book Launch: Do Universities Have a Role in the Education of Teachers?

On 15 February editor Bob Moon will present our new publication 'Do Universities Have a Role in the Education of Teachers' at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, UK.

Musicology and Artistic Practice

Dr. Jessica Quiñones explains how she used research in musicology to help deepen her artistic practice and shape her career as a tango flautist.

A University's Challenge

Professory Peter Gronn discusses the launch of the University of Cambridge Primary School and the companion book 'A University's Challenge: Cambridge's Primary School for the Nation'.

Call for Papers for The Cambridge Education Research Series

We welcome proposals for monographs or edited books addressing key issues: Teacher Education, International Education Reform and Language Education.

A Career in the Circular Economy? Six main things you need to know about it

Professor Mark Esposito, Senior Associate of the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership talks about the circular economy.
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Apartheid's Long Tail

Despite two decades of investment and reform much remains to be done to improve the South African education system. Robert Balfour summarises some of the challenges described in Education in a New South Africa: Crisis and Change

Releasing the Imagination, Celebrating the Art of the Possible

The Education team spoke to James Biddulph, Headteacher of the first UK primary University Training School, subject of the upcoming Cambridge Education Research Series book.

How Should Teacher Learning Develop Over Time?

How should teacher learning develop over time through the different phases of a teacher’s career?

Data Disruption and New Business Models in the Education Sector

Dr Mohamed Zaki, research associate at Cambridge Service Alliance, looks at Big Data in the education sector.

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