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17/08/2018
PetSmart Charities is donating more than half a million dollars to veterinary colleges and universities to fund new scholarships, research grants, and student ambassadorships.
17/08/2018
Independent academic and professional publisher Sage Publishing has acquired Talis, a UK technology company, and its enterprise teaching and learning platform, Talis Aspire.
16/08/2018
Bangalore-based Bluebear Technology, which owns and operates a student education financing platform called Propelld, has raised $250,000 in seed funding.
16/08/2018
The proportion of youngsters believing it’s important to go to university is at its lowest since 2010, according to research commissioned by educational charity The Sutton Trust.
16/08/2018
UK universities are accused of offering cash to students with unconditional offers to stop them slacking off.
15/08/2018
LittleBits, the electronic building block company, has acquired DIY Co, which has a large online learning community for children.
15/08/2018
Legacy Education Alliance has announced a second-quarter net loss of $2.4 million for the period ending 30 June, compared to a profit of $1.9 million in Q2 2017.
15/08/2018
American Public Education’s net income for the second quarter of 2018 increased to $6.5 million, compared to net income of $3.8 million in Q2 2017.
15/08/2018
Wonderschool, the start-up that helps educators set up for-profit pre-schools in their homes, has raised Series A funding of $20 million, led by Andreessen Horowitz.
15/08/2018
Philanthropic organisation Dubai Cares and US non-profit Global Fund for Children have launched a $2 million four-year programme for girls in Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua.

Philippa Glass is communications and operations director of Kinderly, which has developed a mobile app that helps kindergartens to reduce paperwork, engage with parents and track children’s progress

Already a popular study destination country, New Zealand is enhancing its offer to international students in a bid to get a bigger slice of the global pie, writes Julian Hall

Universities attracted by Indonesia’s plan to open up higher education to foreign investment will need to target their offerings carefully to survive, experts warn. Josh O’Neill reports on a complex market

A Hong Kong start-up aiming to provide instant tutorial help has netted 750,000 users in three years and now plans to go global. Liz Heron speaks to founder and chief executive Timothy Yu

Opportunities abound in China’s tutorial market, as the country’s increasingly wealthy middle class are prepared to pay top dollar for high-quality provision, writes Josh O’Neill

Despite having more students than all other GCC countries combined, Saudi Arabia has historically had a relatively smaller private education market. However, the Kingdom is now emerging as the region’s most promising private K-12 market. What do investors need to know about the next big education opportunity? L.E.K. Consulting’s global education practice partners, Ashwin Assomull and Danish Faruqui, and senior manager Chinmay Jhaveri, investigate

Experts at building consultancy Arup have been gazing into the crystal ball to discern the key trends driving university campus design. Josh O’Neill reports on their blueprint for change

Business leaders who completed a new training programme in using scientific evidence to improve ed tech products celebrated their success at its first awards ceremony in London. Liz Heron reports




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Asia | China market trends

Opportunities abound in China's tutorial market, as the country's increasingly wealthy middle class are prepared to pay top dollar for high-quality provision, writes Josh O'Neill
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Christie + Co

Technology | Ed tech

Philippa Glass is communications and operations director of Kinderly, which has developed a mobile app that helps kindergartens to reduce paperwork, engage with parents and track children's progress
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Veale Wasbrough Vizards

Asia | Ed tech

A Hong Kong start-up aiming to provide instant tutorial help has netted 750,000 users in three years and now plans to go global. Liz Heron speaks to founder and chief executive Timothy Yu
Read more...