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26/07/2016
International schools chain Nord Anglia has seen a sharp rise in sales and enrolment in the three months ended 31 May 2016.
26/07/2016
Student accommodation developer the Unite Group has as reported a 22% rise in EPRA earnings (a measure of underlying income) in the six months to 30 June 2016.
25/07/2016
NetDimensions, a Chinese provider of online corporate training, narrowed its losses in the six months ended 30 June 2016.
25/07/2016
Indian learning app developer Byju has said it is in talks to raise $50 million (£38 million) from existing and new investors.
22/07/2016
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the private sector arm of the World Bank, has acquired 4% of the share capital of the Advtech group for R320 million (£17.1 million).
22/07/2016
Investment group New Sparta is selling its stake in education publishing house Walpole Media Group, EducationInvestor can reveal.
21/07/2016
International students have become more interested in studying in the UK since Britain voted to leave the EU, research from Hotcourses has claimed.
21/07/2016
Venture capital investment in the UK fell more than 40% between the first and second quarters on the back of Brexit uncertainty, a report has claimed.
21/07/2016
Private equity firm The Riverside Company has invested an undisclosed sum in Ohio-based resource developer n2y.
20/07/2016
MP for Harlow, Robert Halfon, has been appointed as the new minister for apprenticeships and skills, succeeding Nick Boles who stepped down on 13 July.


technology | schools ICT

With large numbers of British schools lacking good access to broadband, pupils and ICT suppliers are losing out. What can be done, asks Kirsten Noben
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London School of Marketing

MyOnlineSchool taps into the online hobby space and is expanding quickly. Founder Elspeth Briscoe shares her thoughts on the market

Hopster has developed a personalised learning app for kids. Founder Nicholas Walters tells us more

The computer based assessment market is heading for major disruption thanks to remote proctoring, argues Learning Light’s David Patterson

In April, the London mayor’s office supported a British ed tech trade mission to the US. Ian Fordham of industry body Edtech UK tells us more

With large numbers of British schools lacking good access to broadband, pupils and ICT suppliers are losing out. What can be done, asks Kirsten Noben

Kaizen Private Equity was set up specifically to invest in India’s burgeoning education sector. How is it getting on, asks Nick Herbert

A policy limiting universities’ visa refusal rates to 10% is proving a headache, finds Daniel Thomas

In recent years McGraw Hill Education has been buffeted by the publishing industry’s shift to digital. Can it convince investors it has retooled for the internet age, asks Daniel Thomas




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global | publishing

In recent years McGraw Hill Education has been buffeted by the publishing industry’s shift to digital. Can it convince investors it has retooled for the internet age, asks Daniel Thomas
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Colliers

Britain | nurseries

Early years education is experiencing an uptick in investment and there is plenty more in sight. So how do you build a successful nursery chain, asks Kirsten Noben
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global | India

Kaizen Private Equity was set up specifically to invest in India’s burgeoning education sector. How is it getting on, asks Nick Herbert
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Spencer Group

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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