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15/04/2014
The International Finance Corporation has committed up to $20 million (£12 million) to a new fund for education in developing markets.
14/04/2014
Learning Technologies Group (LTG) has acquired rival e-learning company Line Communications for £9 million.
14/04/2014
The Happy Child Group nursery chain has been split up and sold to two buyers.
14/04/2014
City & Guilds, the vocational training provider, has acquired the software business Mindset for an undisclosed sum.
11/04/2014
NetDimensions sustained a pre-tax loss in 2013 despite a healthy uptick in revenue.
11/04/2014
A group of independent schools have formed a buyer consortium to reduce their procurement costs.
10/04/2014
DRS Data & Research has reported an 11% rise in revenue, as its education business continues to grow.
10/04/2014
Pearson is to launch a new English proficiency test on the app busuu, in a move that could significantly widen its exposure in the online language learning market.
09/04/2014
Findel’s turnaround is continuing apace, the firm has confirmed in trading update.
09/04/2014
The Education Funding Agency has invited contractors to bid for the final batch of privately-funded new school buildings.
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