The education industry saw another groundbreaking year when it comes to the flow of venture capital, according to a new report.
A former U.S. Department of Education official and one-time president of McGraw-Hill are involved in a special purpose acquisition company looking to snap up education businesses for a public offering.
Mobile learning app company Byju’s might be poised to go public on the New York Stock Exchange, according to a report.
Presence Learning, which delivers teletherapy and software to K-12 special education and mental health providers, has acquired a virtual school teletherapy provider, Global Teletherapy.
A newly released report focuses on how international schools — a fixture in many countries — select their suppliers and make purchasing decisions.
The U.S.-based assessment provider is launching the subsidiary ETS India to help it grow its language-learning and higher education business.
Imagine Learning, formerly known as Weld North Education, has acquired the Irish company Robotify, a digital curriculum startup focused on teaching coding through virtual robotics simulations
The decision to stop its English tutoring service in China is a response to the Chinese government’s crackdown on for-profit tutoring.
The director of an ed-tech accelerator program talks about how the market is evolving, and how education businesses will be expected to help.
Digital instruction and assessment has grown over 20 percent during the pandemic, and the market is expected to climb over the next few years.