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22/03/2019
China Online Education Group has announced a loss of ¥416.7 million (£47 million) for 2018, revenue up 35%, and and the appointment of a new brand spokesperson.
22/03/2019
Rise Education Cayman has announced 2018 net income of ¥142.4 million (£16 million), compared to a net loss of ¥53.6 million reported for 2017.
22/03/2019
Schools supply company School Specialty has announced a net loss of $38.7 million for 2018, compared to net income of $6.8 million reported in 2017.
22/03/2019
Postsecondary education services provider Bridgepoint Education has announced net income of $4.6 million for 2018, down from $9.1 million reported for 2017.
20/03/2019
American Public Education has announced net income of $25.6 million for 2018, up from $21.1 million reported in 2017.
15/03/2019
Emerald Group, a learning and research resource provider, has snapped up UK-based skills training provider Mind Tools, which in February this publication exclusively reported was pursuing a sale.
15/03/2019
Apse Capital, a London-based private equity firm, has purchased digital learning and development group Kallidus from FPE Capital, crystallising a transaction broken by EducationInvestor Global last October.
15/03/2019
Bridgepoint, the private equity owner of English-language training firm Cambridge Education, has appointed Baird and Moelis as joint advisors to explore a carve-out of CATS Education, its university prep college.
12/03/2019
China Gingko Education Group Company has listed on the Main Board of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong, raising gross proceeds of HK$180 million (£17.5 million).
12/03/2019
AllRight.io, an e-learning start-up with Ukrainian and Russian roots, has secured $1.5 million in a funding round led by Buran Venture Capital.

Simon Hay co-founded Firefly Learning, a fast-growing cloud-based learning platform that allows teachers to set homework assignments, track students’ progress, provide feedback and share learning resources. The firm recently raised £5 million in fresh funding, and Hay tells EducationInvestor Global how it plans to spend the cash injection

French nursery operator La Maison Bleue just took its first steps into the UK, but the group already has its sights set on a rapid expansion in its newfound market, the firm’s chief executive tells Josh O’Neill

New research showcases the increasing prominence of English-medium international schools in today’s market. But are pupils at these institutions well served in terms of guidance counselling when weighing university options? Julian Hall investigates

Recently published guidance from the European Parliament calling on member states to prevent aid funding from being spent on commercial educational initiatives could carry consequences for one low-cost private school chain in particular, writes Josh O’Neill

Google’s services for education, most of which are free of charge, have grown exponentially over recent years, yet headteachers ignore them at their peril, Liz Sproat, the group’s regional education head, tells Josh O’Neill

As political headwinds persistently batter the UK and so many industries within it, education has once again proved itself largely resilient to economic tremors and, as a result, investor optimism is outpacing uncertainty, writes Josh O’Neill

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




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Global | Education services

Google's services for education, most of which are free of charge, have grown exponentially over recent years, yet headteachers ignore them at their peril, Liz Sproat, the group's regional education head, tells Josh O'Neill
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Europe | Early years education

French nursery operator La Maison Bleue just took its first steps into the UK, but the group already has its sights set on a rapid expansion in its newfound market, the firm's chief executive tells Josh O'Neill
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Global | Low-cost international schools

Recently published guidance from the European Parliament calling on member states to prevent aid funding from being spent on commercial educational initiatives could carry consequences for one low-cost private school chain in particular, writes Josh O'Neill
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