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22/10/2014
Chris Kirk, chief executive of GEMS Education’s solutions division, is to step down.
21/10/2014
The US online university Minerva Project has secured $70 million (£43 million) in series B investment.
20/10/2014
Sweden's new coalition government is to set up a commission exploring ways to limit private sector activity in state education.
20/10/2014
Higher education policy think tank Wonkhe has appointed two new directors, Thomas Veit and Jamie O’Connell.
20/10/2014
Pearson has appointed a new member to its board. Tim Score will be non-executive director, effective from 1 January 2015.
20/10/2014
The International Finance Corporation and others have invested $130 million (£81 million) in an Indian private equity firm focused on the education sector.
20/10/2014
Educational publisher TES Global has launched an online community where teachers and ed tech firms can develop new products.
17/10/2014
The number of people starting apprenticeships is likely to fall for the second year in a row, the government has said.
17/10/2014
Government agencies, businesses or charities could take over some or all of the work currently done by the higher education watchdog QAA, as part of a major shake-up of quality assurance.
17/10/2014
Private equity firm Sovereign Capital has made three new appointments to its investment team. Jake Warman and Jonathan Thorne have joined as investment managers and Paul Mangan as a researcher.
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