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15/02/2019
Education Services company Bridgepoint Education has appointed John Semel as executive vice-president, chief strategy officer, reporting to chief executive Andrew Clark.
15/02/2019
Beijing-based educational service company TAL Education Group has acquired Ready4, a start-up software company based in Boston that creates test and exam preparation apps.
15/02/2019
Popperdine University has appointed James A Gash as its president and chief executive, effective from 1 August.
15/02/2019
Non-profit coding school Code Nation has appointed its Bay Area executive director Rebecca Novak as its new chief executive.
15/02/2019
Pluralsight, the provider of video training courses for software developers, IT administrators, and creative professionals, has announced a $128.6 million net loss for the full-year.
15/02/2019
Bright Horizons Family Solutions has announced net income of $158 million for the full year 2018, ending 31 December.
15/02/2019
Online textbook retailer Chegg has reported a net loss of $14.9 million for the full year 2018, ending 31 December. This compares to a net loss of $20.3 million reported in 2017.
15/02/2019
Global education provider Adtalem Global Education has reported net income of £17.5 million for the second quarter of fiscal year 2019, ending 31 December 2018.
14/02/2019
Trinity School, an independent co-educational day and boarding school in Devon, UK, is seeking a buyer amid financial struggles, EducationInvestor Global can exclusively reveal.
14/02/2019
UK co-educational boarding and day school Malvern College in Worcestershire is opening Malvern College Pre-School Island West.

Peter Evans is global managing director of ExpertFile, an online communications platform that helps academics to raise their public profile through the media and other outlets and attract research grants, learned society memberships and public engagements

The multi-national computer giant is forging partnerships with schools, universities and businesses across Latin America in a drive to tackle the region’s acute digital skills shortage, writes Jason Mitchell

Chinese government plans to dramatically expand public preschool education by 2020 are a further blow to private kindergarten providers in China, following draft regulations banning them from floating on the stock market, writes Josh O’Neill

Do pathway providers stand to gain from the uncertainties posed by Brexit to UK universities? James Pitman, Study Group’s managing director for UK and Europe, shares his predictions for the market in an historic year

UK independent schools are shock-testing their budgets and making drastic contingency plans to cope with a 43% hike in their contributions to teachers’ pensions, sector leaders tell Josh O’Neill

Ed tech firm Sparx is rolling out its digital maths homework platform across the UK after achieving outstanding results in live trials involving disadvantaged students, chief executive Dan Sandhu tells Liz Heron

A five-fold increase in deal volumes in the last two decades and recent multi-billion dollar transactions show that education is likely to be a key focus for investors globally in 2019, according to recent research by L.E.K. Consulting. Jitin Sethi, Sudeep Laad and Priyanka Thapar of L.E.K.’s global education practice outline the sectors and regions with greatest promise

Global University Systems has been expanding rapidly and gained five new campuses in 2018 alone. Founder Aaron Etingen tells Liz Heron about his unique formula for scaling an international higher education platform




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Global | Higher education

Global University Systems has been expanding rapidly and gained five new campuses in 2018 alone. Founder Aaron Etingen tells Liz Heron about his unique formula for scaling an international higher education platform
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Asia | Early years education

Chinese government plans to dramatically expand public preschool education by 2020 are a further blow to private kindergarten providers in China, following draft regulations banning them from floating on the stock market, writes Josh O'Neill
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Latin America | Vocational education

The multi-national computer giant is forging partnerships with schools, universities and businesses across Latin America in a drive to tackle the region's acute digital skills shortage, writes Jason Mitchell
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