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06/05/2015
Two of Britain’s best known education organisations have joined forces to deliver a new suite of international GCSE and A-level qualifications.
06/05/2015
Publisher TES Global has made a series of high profile appointments to its leadership team.
06/05/2015
Sedco Holding Group, the Saudi Arabian wealth management firm, has acquired a 50% stake in Turkish school chain Mektebim Okullari.
06/05/2015
Private equity house Bridges Ventures is to sell its apprenticeships business Babington Group, EducationInvestor understands.
05/05/2015
Delhi-based start-up Avanti Learning Centres has raised Rs 9.6 crore (£1 million) in its second fundraising round.
05/05/2015
Pupil numbers at British independent schools are at record levels, according to the annual census from the Independent Schools Council (ISC).
05/05/2015
McGraw-Hill Education is planning an initial public offering (IPO), potentially valuing the textbook publisher at around $5 billion (£3.3 billion), including debt.
01/05/2015
Private college group Apollo Education has announced the resignation of its chief financial officer, Brian Swartz.
01/05/2015
The UK’s largest for-profit college, St Patrick’s, has been has been readmitted to the student loans system after being suspended in February.
30/04/2015
US for-profit education firm DeVry has closed 14 of its campuses across the US, following a slide in enrolments.


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Special report │ Dubai schools

Rising demand for private schooling in Dubai has created huge opportunities for providers. But could limited options for financing, staffing shortages and regulation hold them back, asks Daniel Thomas
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Global | Indian education

Narendra Modi’s India is opening itself up to foreign and domestic investment. Could this create opportunities for education businesses targeting the country, asks Zahra Saeed
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Technology │ Publishing

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has escaped its debt-laden past and regained the confidence of investors. But will its plans to conquer the digital market pay off, asks Daniel Thomas
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The children’s care and education market is in need of a good news story. Acorn chief executive Natalie-Jane Macdonald tells Ploy Radford about her plans to achieve just that
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