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14/02/2020
McDonald’s restaurants in Indiana and Ivy Tech Community College Indiana have signed a deal to make college more affordable and offer training for staff.
14/02/2020
Private equity firm Thoma Bravo’s acquisition of educational software company Instructure Inc has run into trouble after investors balked at the original terms.
14/02/2020
Nursery operator Storal Learning has acquired Barney Lodge Day Nursery in Warminster, Wiltshire, a modernised detached building with garden.
14/02/2020
The London School of Management Education has opened an additional campus in Gants Hill in East London.
14/02/2020
International student recruitment online platform ApplyBoard has appointed Jo Johnson as chairman to its advisory board.
14/02/2020
EC English Language Centres has opened Vancouver 30+.
14/02/2020
Lawrenceville, Georgia-based Boxlight Corporation, a provider of interactive technology solutions for the global education market, is to receive $750,000 from Lind Global Macro Fund, LP.
14/02/2020
Sydney-based international education provider Study Group is acquiring London-headquartered learning experience platform developer Insendi.
14/02/2020
Melbourne-based early education and care provider bestchance’s chief executive Kevin Feeney resigned in late January and has since left the company.
14/02/2020
Childcare and early education group Bright Horizons Family Solutions has reported net income of $180.4 million for 2019, up from $158 million reported for 2018.

Australia’s purpose-built student housing market is in the midst of a transition from an alternative asset class into an institutionally-recognised vertical. Simone Rensch explores the forces at play in this sector

Wall Street is commoditising student debt by taking stakes in university students, who agree to pay private investors a slice of their salaries over a set number of years in exchange for tuition financing. Josh O’Neill explores an embryonic ‘asset class’ that could be worth billions within three years

Phil Sunderland is the founder and chief executive of N Family Club, a group of London-based nurseries whose aesthetic design and parental offering challenges the industry norm. He believes state-of-the-art facilities, ultra-nutritious food and clean-air initiatives are not just marketing niceties, but actually lead to enhanced educational outcomes

Dukes Education celebrates its fifth birthday this month. In the second part of an exclusive interview series, Aatif Hassan, founder and chairman of the private schools group, sits down with Josh O’Neill to talk humble leadership, growing pains and his obsession with corporate culture

The global education sector is a tempting target for investors seeking growth. Deal activity in the industry has increased dramatically in the past 15 years and more mega-deals are expected. Jitin Sethi and Sudeep Laad of L.E.K. Consulting outline this year’s education sector trends, highlighting where investment opportunities can be found

As we enter the twenties, Kristine Scott, head of law firm Harrison Clark Rickerbys’ education team and Business Women in Education founding member, surveys some of the most significant opportunities facing British education businesses

A harmful cloud of artificial intelligence has descended on education markets across the world, giving rise to a plethora of ed techs whose products are both counterfeit and subpar. Educators and investors must beware of thinly veiled offerings, writes Dan Sandhu, chief executive of Sparx

Green School, in the Balinese jungle, has created a unique brand through its unorthodox approach to education that attracts affluent clientele from all over the world. With plans to enter New Zealand, South Africa and Mexico, Simone Rensch considers the sustainability of the school’s strategy




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Americas | Student finance

Wall Street is commoditising student debt by taking stakes in university students, who agree to pay private investors a slice of their salaries over a set number of years in exchange for tuition financing. Josh O'Neill explores an embryonic 'asset class' that could be worth billions within three years
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Private Equity in Education
Investing for Growth in the Business of Learning

London, UK - 26 February 2020
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Europe | UK M&A

Dukes Education celebrates its fifth birthday this month. In the second part of an exclusive interview series, Aatif Hassan, founder and chairman of the private schools group, sits down with Josh O'Neill to talk humble leadership, growing pains and his obsession with corporate culture
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Global | international school

Green School, in the Balinese jungle, has created a unique brand through its unorthodox approach to education that attracts affluent clientele from all over the world. With plans to enter New Zealand, South Africa and Mexico, Simone Rensch considers the sustainability of the school's strategy
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