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19/12/2014
TVET UK, an organisation that supports British educational exports, has opened its first offices in Kazakhstan and Algeria.
18/12/2014
Educate Services has raised £700,000 from its existing shareholders, EducationInvestor can reveal.
18/12/2014
EY has been appointed to wind up the beleaguered Malsis School Trust following an unsuccessful attempt to merge it with another school.
18/12/2014
Networking solutions provider Tribal Group has anticipated that its 2014 profits will “be below the board’s previous expectations”.
16/12/2014
The Public Accounts Commission and the Quality Assurance Agency have both denounced the unchecked expansion of private colleges under the coalition.
15/12/2014
Ed tech company Promethean has appointed Ian Curtis as head of Western Europe, Africa, Australia & New Zealand.
15/12/2014
Spanish private equity firm N+1 has sold the independent Bredon School to Cavendish Education for an undisclosed sum.
12/12/2014
Carillion has won a major school buildings contract in partnership with Equitix, an investment management firm.
12/12/2014
Ofsted chief inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw has said that underachieving schools are “no better off” as academies than they were under local authority control.
11/12/2014
French for-profit higher education chain Studialis will be put up for sale in the first quarter of 2015, EducationInvestor understands.
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