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Cambridge University Press to partner local authors on educational materials


Cambridge University Press

Cambridge University Press

To improve access to high-quality teaching resources in the country, Cambridge University Press (CUP) has concluded plans to partner with local authors and experts to develop a bespoke series of educational materials for the Nigerian market. According to CUP, it will be offering its over 450 years of experience in publishing and expertise to partner with local authors and experts in improving access to quality resource materials.

Managing Director for Education at Cambridge University Press, Rod Smith said: “Cambridge has decades of experience supporting Ministries of Education all over the world with training and quality control for the development of their own learning and assessment materials which is why we are so confident that through working collaboratively with ministers, educators, teachers and students alike, we can make a positive impact”.

He explained that as market leaders in producing material for Cambridge International Exams and major supplier of such books in Nigeria for many years, the new partnership will aid Cambridge’s expansion of its offering significantly to include learning and teaching material for all Nigerian schools. “Covering the Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council’s (NERDC) curriculum, the Cambridge resources will be accessible and affordable to all learners at all levels from Primary 1 – Senior Secondary 3 across a range of subjects.

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