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25/08/2016
The firm behind one of the only online schools in Britain says its enrolments surged in 2015/16.
24/08/2016
South African education group Advtech has finalised deals to buy two specialist providers, days after reporting stellar half-year profits.
23/08/2016
Ofsted chairman David Hoare has resigned after two years in the job.
23/08/2016
Private school group Inspired Learning has acquired St John’s International School in Belgium for an undisclosed sum.
23/08/2016
Education sales at Electric Word fell 9% in the first half, as subscription and conference revenues slumped.
19/08/2016
Global University Systems, the owner of the London School of Business & Finance, has bought its second British university in 18 months.
19/08/2016
Education services provider AEC Education posted a loss in 2015 after another challenging year.
18/08/2016
International schools chain Nord Anglia has appointed Louis Hsieh as independent director and chairman of its audit committee.
17/08/2016
South Africa’s largest schools’ group Curro has reported a 59% surge in profits for the six months ended 30 June.
17/08/2016
International childcare business Bright Horizons Family Solutions has acquired the Little Unicorn Day Nurseries Group for an undisclosed sum.




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Caroline Wright is director general of the British Educational Suppliers Association. Here she shares her thoughts on schools, ed tech and the government

Gooseberry Planet helps keep schoolchildren safe online. Founder Stella James tells us more

Moocs were expected to revolutionise education when they hit the market in 2012, but it has not happened yet. The sector is evolving, though, finds Kirsten Noben.

Ironically, the ‘digital native’ generation needs help to attain core ICT skills, says Dr Dirk Hastedt of the IEA

Education institutions have access to ever growing pools of data, but need support to help them analyse it. Ian Koxvold, head of education strategy at PwC, investigates

How do we draw the right education policy lessons from the success and recent decline of Finland’s schools? Gabriel Heller-Sahlgren of the Centre for Market Reform of Education shares his thoughts

Education sector M&A activity increased once again in 2015. Nick Herbert takes a look at the deals and emergent sector trends

How do we create a comprehensive definition of affordable education for the world? Beatrice Cernuta of Tarbia in Dubai investigates




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special report | Brexit and education

The UK education sector was plunged into uncertainty by Britain’s decision to leave the European Union in June. Is there only doom and gloom ahead, asks Daniel Thomas
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Christie + Co

technology | moocs

Moocs were expected to turn the education world upside down after they hit the market in 2012, but that has not happened. The sector is evolving, though, finds Kirsten Noben
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global | US M&A

Education sector M&A activity increased once again in 2015. Nick Herbert takes a look at the deals and emergent sector trends
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Spencer Group

global | Finnish schools

How do we draw the right education policy lessons from the success and recent decline of Finland’s schools? Gabriel Heller-Sahlgren of the Centre for Market Reform of Education shares his thoughts
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global | UAE schools

The UAE has the world’s most buoyant international schools market, and British curriculum providers are thriving there. Mansoor Ahmed of Colliers International presents a snapshot of this fast growing sector
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Wauton Samuel
Specialist in school management software Wauton Samuel has appointed Stephen Clarke as its managing director. Continue reading...
University Ventures
University Ventures, a venture capital firm focused on the education space, has expanded its leadership team with several new appointments Continue reading...
Ward Hadaway
Northern law firm Ward Hadaway has appointed Frank Suttie as a partner in its education team. Continue reading...
Pluralsight
Former US education secretary Arne Duncan has joined the board of Pluralsight, a start-up in the lifelong learning space. Continue reading...
Findel
David Sugden, the chairman of retailer and education supplier Findel, will step down at the firm’s annual board meeting on 29 July. Continue reading...
   


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