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Dr. Maria Cynthia Alcantara is the 4th president of CEM as of January 2017. Dr. Alcantara started with CEM as a researcher in 1991 until 1996.

CEM appoints new center coordinators for Iloilo and Butuan Test Centers

CEM 2016 Annual Conference series held in Manila (Sep 02), Cebu (Sep 08), and Davao (Sep14)

Downloadable information on the matching of PACT educational programs with the K to 12 senior high school tracks

On a recent visit to CEM, Jan Wiegers of CITO, gave a lecture on one of CITO's collaboration with Nigeria. Wiegers, an executive director from the Netherlands-based company, presented "The Impact of JAMB/CITO Collaboration in the Implementation of CBT in the UTME of Nigeria."

It has been 30 years since the Philippine Merit Award for Scholastic Potential was first given to high school seniors who garnered the highest scores in the College Scholastic Aptitude Test (CSAT). 

As Teresita G. Maghanoy accepted her new role of CEM Bohol Center Coordinator, she affirmed her commitment to be of service to the member schools in the area. 

The Center for Educational Measurement, Inc. (CEM) marked its 36th anniversary with a series of fora held in different venues nationwide, from September to October 2014. CEM member schools and other special guests were treated to a half-day of sharing of insights, practices and experiences on utilizing test data.

Dr. Lenore Ll. Decenteceo, CEM and IAEA president, welcomed delegates to the 40th Annual IAEA conference held in Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore. The conference was held in May 2014. It was hosted by the Singaporean Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB), which develops and conducts national examinations in Singapore.

CEM has rolled out the K to 12 ready tests to coincide with DepEd's implementation of the new curriculum. These tests contain more reports on how the students measure up to the prescribed competencies. 

Philippine Aptitude Test for Teachers (PATT) was used to screen applicants to the 1000 Teachers Program. It is a scholarship program of the Philippine Business for Education, an NGO advocating education reform. 

 

CEM once again handed out the gold and silver medals for this year's recipients of the Philippine Merit Award for Scholastic Potential (PMASP). Since 1985, CEM has been recognizing the performance of high school students who landed at the top 1% and 2% among the College Scholastic Aptitude Test (CSAT) examinees.

 

For 35 years now, the Center for Educational Measurement (CEM) has been providing testing services for the evaluation and assessment needs of both the private and public education sectors in the Philippines.

CEM joined the 39th Annual International Association for Educational Assessment Conference (IAEA) in Tel Aviv, Israel last Oct. 20-25, 2013. The conference offers a global forum for all those involved in all forms of educational assessment – in primary or secondary schools, colleges or the workplace.

Measuring Essentials: Proactively providing the tools for the newly implemented K to 12 Curriculum The Department of Education started implementing the K to 12 Curriculum in School Year 2011-2012. CEM assures educators and parents that it is ready to provide the tools necessary for this curriculum.