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06/03/2015
Academic publisher Reed Elsevier has reported a fall in revenue and operating profit in the year to 31 December 2014.
05/03/2015
Redwoods Dowling Kerr (RDK) has sold a day care nursery called First Class to Moji and Wale Jones for an undisclosed sum.
05/03/2015
Deloitte has been appointed to sell the scandal-struck work training business A4E, EducationInvestor understands.
05/03/2015
US-based education and trade publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) has posted a net loss for its education branch of $3.2 million (£2.1 million) for the year ended 31 December 2014. It follows a loss of $5.9 million in 2013.
05/03/2015
Five firms have been invited to submit second round bids for Uniasselvi, a distance learning provider owned by Kroton, Brazil’s largest private higher education group, EducationInvestor understands.
04/03/2015
In a major coup for a private higher education provider, GSM London has appointed the former vice chancellor of the University of Leicester as chairman of its board.
03/03/2015
Waud Capital Partners , a US mid-market private equity firm, has made a “significant “ investment in PSI Services, a professional testing services business.
03/03/2015
US asset manager the Carlyle Group has sold Pure Student Living, a London based student accommodation business, to LetterOne Treasury Services for a consideration of £532 million.
03/03/2015
Dubai will need to open at least 52 new schools by 2020 to meet swelling demand, a report from Colliers International claims.
02/03/2015
TES Global has launched a new service allowing teachers to buy and sell the classroom resources they create.


Demand for training from the oil & gas industry has created a wellspring of opportunities for providers. But could the slump in the price of oil reverse the trend, asks Daniel Thomas

The fixation on undergraduate tuition fees neglects much more important problems in our higher education system, argues PA Consulting’s Mike Boxhall

The government’s new baseline assessment measures could help disadvantaged pupils – but only if providers ensure their assessments are sufficiently broad, argue Sarah Jones and Anna Trethewey of LKMco

Schools Buying Club has benefited from the rapidly growing services-into-schools market. The firm has now set its sights on the college market, finds Daniel Thomas

As the needs of the workforce evolves, so too must our school buildings, argues Stephen Beechey of Wates construction. But what will the school of the future look like?

Private schools seeking capital should consider a sale & leaseback strategy, argues Tom Robinson from ES Group

The South African private schools market is booming. But with a few big chains dominating the sector, is there room for new entrants, asks Zahra Saeed

Dubai’s education landscape beyond 2020




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Special report │ Oil & gas training

Demand for training from the oil & gas industry has created a wellspring of opportunities for providers. But could the slump in the price of oil reverse the trend, asks Daniel Thomas
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The South African private schools market is booming. But with a few big chains dominating the sector, is there room for new entrants, asks Zahra Saeed
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