A top adviser to the British Chamber of Commerce in China explains how new regulations will affect foreign education companies, and how they can navigate the market.
Does Europe’s education market offer ed-tech companies opportunities for growth, even during COVID-19? Our 2-minute video gives insights.
An upskilling platform took in $32 million from Owl Ventures, and Create & Learn, a California company focused on K-12 STEM classes with real-world applications, raised $1.7 million in seed funding.
Using AI technology, a British university and Pearson hope to create a globally standardized scoring system for assessing students learning English.
The region has a burgeoning ed-tech market, driven by demand for digital tools, workforce needs, and other factors, according to an analysis by HolonIQ.
International private schools have been a growing market, and they’re trying trying to improve their remote-learning capabilities in order to impress families.
A Chinese ed-tech firm is again being accused of fraud, after a U.S.-based short seller says its investigation uncovered use of bots to inflate the firm’s market value.
Six major dealmaking moves took place in the K-12 world in recent weeks, including MasterClass raising $100 million and Guild Education acquiring Entangled.
Language-learning platform Duolingo has raised $10 million, adding to its over $1.5 billion valuation, and South African and Kuwaiti startups received investments as well.
Many startups — in India, the United States, and other markets — are still reaping investments despite the chaos caused by COVID-19.