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November 22, 2021 Monday 12:54:18 PM IST

Cambridge’s New Curriculum matches NEP 2020

The National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 which aims to provide access to quality education for all learners regardless of social or economic background and emphasizes the development of the creative potential of an individual based on skill development is similar to the new curriculum framed by Cambridge International. It has introduced its new primary and lower secondary curriculum offering new subjects like art and design, digital literacy, physical education, and music.  Cambridge International has become the first education board to come up with a curriculum on early childhood education based on the NEP. 

This revised program equips the young learners with knowledge and skills like resilience, evaluation, and problem solving and is based on the latest academic research. Cambridge points up that the revised curriculum closely follows the development of 21st-century skills which is part of the national curricula highlighted in the NEP 2020.