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Nobel Learning Communities, a chain of more than 180 private schools in the US, is for sale, EducationInvestor understands.
CEE Equity Partners (CEEEP) has bought a majority stake in BKF University of Applied Sciences, the largest private higher education business in Hungary. The terms of the deal are undisclosed.
Canadian education provider Loyalist Group has acquired South Korean agency Kim Okran, for $4.7 million.
The Brighton Institute of Modern Music has opened a campus in Berlin, three months after a deal to sell the business collapsed.
Social investment company Cornerstone Assets has brokered a £25 million deal to renovate the Hertfordshire-based foundation technology college Cheshunt School.
Some of the world’s biggest technology firms are to support a £3.6 million drive to teach computing skills in primary schools in England, education secretary Nicky Morgan has said.
The UK education sector is adopting technology faster than expected, according to a survey by printing giant Kyocera, unveiled at the educational technology show BETT.
Pearson has predicted a return to growth in 2015 after a flat performance in FY 2014.
Publisher Pearson is to invest an extra $50 million (£33 million) in the Pearson Affordable Learning Fund (PALF) to support education entrepreneurs in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
It's a well known fact that student loans at private higher education institutions are lower than at Hefce-backed institutions. But for-profit university BPP may have found a way to plug the gap.

2014 was an uncertain year for the education industry, but will 2015 be any better? Here we ask the experts to share their thoughts on the year to come.

In December, the British Council held a summit on education innovation in the Maghreb. Conference director Stephen Haggard reflects on the challenges of deploying learning technologies in the region, and the opportunities

Technology could crack some of the developing world’s most persisting educational problems, say advocates. But how far are we from a ‘Napster moment’, asks Julian Hall

The number of international schools could nearly double in the next 10 years according to data from the International School Consultancy Group. But will the supply of teachers keep pace, asks Sunniva Davies-Rommetveit

Medipathways has found rich pickings in preparing students for medical degrees – and investors are taking note. Daniel Thomas meets the firm’s executive chairman

Contractors are being invited to bid for a new framework that will deliver up to £3 billion of public sector infrastructure projects. Tim Byles of Cornerstone Assets explains the plan

Labour is unlikely to promote for-profit education should it win power next May. But its negative rhetoric is worse than its bite, argues Gerard Kelly

There has been a clutch of deals in the assessment space of late and the market is going from strength to strength. Could the sector be the next hot ticket for investors

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Special report │ Year in review

2014 was a period of relative stability for the education sector, but with an election looming, businesses are getting nervous. Daniel Thomas looks at some of the highlights of the year just passed and asks the experts for their predictions for 2015

Round table

The private sector is playing an ever greater role in education – but how do we ensure commercial and educational goals are aligned? We brought some experts together to discuss the issues.

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The Sabis schools group has achieved strong and steady growth under four generations of family ownership. President Carl Bistany talks strategy with Adrian Murdoch

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