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The Public Accounts Commission and the Quality Assurance Agency have both denounced the unchecked expansion of private colleges under the coalition.
Ed tech company Promethean has appointed Ian Curtis as head of Western Europe, Africa, Australia & New Zealand.
Spanish private equity firm N+1 has sold the independent Bredon School to Cavendish Education for an undisclosed sum.
Carillion has won a major school buildings contract in partnership with Equitix, an investment management firm.
Ofsted chief inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw has said that underachieving schools are “no better off” as academies than they were under local authority control.
French for-profit higher education chain Studialis will be put up for sale in the first quarter of 2015, EducationInvestor understands.
Chris Kirk, former head of GEMS Education Solutions, has launched a new export consultancy.
The Brazilian company Bozano Investimentos has raised a new, 800 million reais (about £198 million) private equity fund focused on the education sector.
d’Overbroeck’s College, an independent co-educational day and boarding school in north Oxford, has joined Oxford International Education Group – formerly ISIS Education.
Actis, a pan-emerging market private equity fund, has made a “significant” investment in Université Centrale Group, a provider of private higher education in Tunisia.
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