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20/06/2018
TinyTap today announced it has closed a $5 million funding round led by Aleph venture capital fund, with previous investors, including Inimiti, Radiant and ReInvent, participating.
20/06/2018
Education services provider Chrysalis has raised an undisclosed sum from Menterra Venture Advisors and Rianta Capital Zurich’s Artha Initiative.
19/06/2018
Kaplan Myanmar University College, a subsidiary of US educational programme provider Kaplan, will open its campus in Yangon (formerly Rangoon), Myanmar’s largest city on 28 June.
19/06/2018
Dr Judith Rodin has been appointed chair of Prodigy Finance, a global lending platform based in London providing postgraduate loans to international students.
19/06/2018
San Diego, California-based 3D printer manufacturer Robo 3D has acquired educational 3D printing platform MyStemKits for $2 million (£1.5 million).
18/06/2018
Microsoft today announced it has acquired Flipgrid (formerly Vidku), a Minneapolis, Minnesota-based video-sharing platform aimed at students and educators, for an undisclosed sum.
18/06/2018
Bengalore-based ed tech company Unacademy is said to be raising a Series C funding round of $25-30 million (£18.9 to £22.7 million) led by Sequoia Capital India and other investors.
18/06/2018
Beijing-based education company Puxin plans to use most of the proceeds of its initial public offering proceeds on aggressive expansion.
18/06/2018
Singapore-based MindChamps PreSchool has completed its previously announced acquisition of four Sydney pre-schools through its newly incorporated and wholly-owned subsidiary MindChamps Early Learning & Care.
15/06/2018
​Shares in London-listed Pearson, the world’s largest education company, tumbled nearly 3% on 14 June after UK lender Barclays downgraded its rating to “underweight” from “equal weight”.

Dr Leila Hoteit, Maya El Hachem, C Patrick Erker, and Serene Farah from the Boston Consulting Group have produced a comprehensive report on the region’s investment opportunities

“There is always something new coming out of Africa,” wrote Aristotle more than 2,300 years ago in his book on natural history. This is also true today as a result of one man’s determination that an underachieving continent can embrace technology to bring education to its peoples. Charles Wheeldon talks to Injini’s Jamie Martin

Sommet Education’s hospitality management institutions combine academic learning with practical immersion and international exposure. CEO Benoît-Etienne Domenget explains

Patrick Hayes, director of the British Educational Suppliers Association and a director of EdTech Exchange, says the global ed tech phenomenon is only going to get stronger and the UK is an industry leader

Workplace specialist journalist Cath Everett explores learning spaces that support modern teaching techniques

The Independent Schools Council has published its 45th annual census, authoritative data that provides a picture of where independent schools sit within the UK education landscape. Charles Wheeldon summarises the census’s key findings

Julian Hall asks if higher education can ever be a true market

Corey A DeAngelis contends that tests are weak predictors of long-term success




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Middle East and Africa | Ed tech

"There is always something new coming out of Africa," wrote Aristotle more than 2,300 years ago in his book on natural history. This is also true today as a result of one man's determination that an underachieving continent can embrace technology to bring education to its peoples. Charles Wheeldon talks to Injini's Jamie Martin
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Global | Hospitality education

Sommet Education's hospitality management institutions combine academic learning with practical immersion and international exposure. CEO Benoît-Etienne Domenget explains
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UK and Europe | Higher education

Julian Hall asks if higher education can ever be a true market
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EducationInvestor Awards 2017

Prodigy Finance: Dr Judith Rodin
Dr Judith Rodin has been appointed chair of Prodigy Finance, a global lending platform based in London providing postgraduate loans to international students. Continue reading...
2U: Mark Chernis
Lanham, Maryland-based education technology company 2U has appointed Mark Chernis as its chief operating officer. Continue reading...
Rankin joins pi-top
Dr William Rankin has been appointed director of learning and research at learning company pi-top, based in Austin, Texas. Continue reading...
McGraw-Hill Education: Dr Nana Banerjee
New York-based McGraw-Hill Education, the learning science company, has appointed Dr Nana Banerjee as president and chief executive officer, effective from next Monday. Banerjee is currently group president of data analytics provider Verisk Analytics. Continue reading...
CNet Training: David Lee
David Lee has been appointed vice-president of new business, North America, at CNet Training. Continue reading...
   


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