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18/09/2018
Educational and career services company Kaplan Test Prep today announced it has acquired the test prep, study aid and foreign language assets of book publisher Barron’s Educational Series.
17/09/2018
Bertelsmann today announced it is acquiring US online education provider OnCourse Learning from private equity company CIP Capital, for an amount in the mid-nine-digit euro range.
17/09/2018
An education fund worth 100 million dirham (£22.77 million) has been announced to benefit refugee children living in the United Arab Emirates, Jordan and Lebanon.
17/09/2018
Indianapolis-based for-profit Harrison College is closing after 116 years, according to a press release issued on Friday.
14/09/2018
Amazon chief executive Jeff Bezos is launching a new $2 billion fund called the Bezos Day One Fund to support homeless families and education programmes in underserved communities.
14/09/2018
Carnegie Learning’s EMC School divisio has acquired Manhattan-based Mondo Publishing, a K-5 literacy resources and professional learning services company.
13/09/2018
Little Green Rascals Organic Day Nurseries has purchased Polly Anna’s Daycare Nursery in Haxby, a suburb of York.
13/09/2018
Malvern International today announced a loss of £317,000 for the first six months of 2018, compared to a loss of £395,000 in the first half of 2017.
12/09/2018
For-profit higher education provider Education Corporation of America will close 26 campuses by early 2020, according to a report by Inside Higher Ed.
12/09/2018
Malvern College announced today it is opening its sixth international campus next year, in Chendu, Western China.

Argentina’s Grupo VI-DA has bold plans to transform education across Latin America through its new digital learning platform following a successful funding round, chief executive Viviana Zocco tells Jason Mitchell

As temperatures soared to over 50°C this summer in Dubai, the authorities froze all fees and some rents for private schools, sending the sector into a tailspin. Josh O’Neill examines the consequences for investors and operators

Son of the King’s Group founder, Nicholas Fry joined the company his father built in 2008 and is currently vice-chairman responsible for new developments and non-academic related divisions. An avid historian, he is a freeman of the City of London and a former secretary general of the British Hispanic Foundation in Madrid. He talks to EducationInvestor Global

Teachers at a Birmingham school are watching themselves take classes to boost their performance using ONVU Learning’s new video system. Josh O’Neill saw the hardware in action at a live media demo

The latest intelligence, analysis, and forecasting on key market trends awaits delegates to the upcoming EducationInvestor UK Summit 2018. Josh O’Neill sets the scene by looking back at some of the more significant market developments of the past year

After raising £45m in private equity, the Royal Veterinary College is planning new state-of-the-art facilities in a bid to attract the best international students, principal Stuart Reid tells Liz Heron

Collins Learning translated two celebrated Shanghai maths texts for use in English primary schools only to have both rejected for government matched funding, managing director Colin Hughes tells Liz Heron

Joanne Russell is senior vice president, investor relations at the global publishing giant, which is pulling ahead following a series of profit warnings




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Middle East | International schools

As temperatures soared to over 50C this summer in Dubai, the authorities froze all fees and some rents for private schools, sending the sector into a tailspin. Josh O'Neill examines the consequences for investors and operators
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Global | Online higher education

The reality of online higher education has not lived up to the initial hype but new programmes targeting mid-career professionals may yet prove a game changer, a global study has found. Nic Mitchell reports
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Europe | Education publishing

Collins Learning translated two celebrated Shanghai maths texts for use in English primary schools only to have both rejected for government matched funding, managing director Colin Hughes tells Liz Hero
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