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23/10/2014
Diagnostics and e-learning resource provider ForSkills has acquired its rival, Guroo, for an undisclosed sum.
23/10/2014
Willmott Dixon has been appointed to build a £34.5 million ‘super’ school for 3-19 year olds in Llandysul, Wales.
22/10/2014
Five ed tech firms have travelled to the US in search of investment, saying that the amount of funding available is “significantly higher” in the US than in Europe.
22/10/2014
Apollo Education Group, the US for-profit education group, saw its profit and revenue fall in the fiscal year ended 31 August.
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.
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