Global education provider Adtalem Global Education has reported net income of $37.9 million for the first quarter of 2019.

Ed tech company Instructure has reported a net loss of $16.1 million for the first quarter of 2019, compared to a net loss of $11.9 million reported for the first quarter of 2018.

US: Honorlock nets $2.5m in funding round; shuffles management team

Honorlock, a cloud-based solution provider that aims to protect the academic integrity of online assessments, has raised $2.5 million in a recent funding round.

US: Zovio makes two key hires to drive partnership growth

Zovio, the ed tech business formerly called Bridgepoint Education, has hired Michael Purcell as president of its employer services division, reporting to executive vice-president and chief operating officer Greg Finkelstein.

Pearson, the educational publishing giant, has named Alexa Christon senior vice-president of brand, reporting to chief corporate affairs officer Deirdre Latour.

US: Connecticut university receives largest-ever gift

The chairman of Quinnipiac Universitys board of trustees and his wife have donated $15 million to the institution the largest gift in its history.

Canada: Student housing investor announces C$10 million debt placement

CIBT Education Group, a Canada-based investor in student accommodation, plans to raise up to around C$10 million through a placement of convertible debentures, it has announced.

Zm, the logistics platform that aims to provide safe and reliable rides for schoolchildren has secured additional funding from new investor Citi Ventures.

US: Harrison Street wraps up second European fund

Graham Holdings, the diversified conglomerate that owns education services company Kaplan has announced first-quarter operating income of $25.6 million.

Blackboard, the education services giant which last month offloaded one of its key units, is moving away from a single product mindset, its vice-president of Europe Oleg Figlin tells EducationInvestor Global

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Times Higher Education, TES Global and their new private equity parents talk to Josh ONeill about the benefits of a carve-out, and why the firms parting of ways is good news for stakeholders

A co-founder of Nord Anglia plans to rapidly scale his UK-based early years business Just Childcare, but he wont be casting a net into international waters anytime soon, he tells Josh ONeill

Consultant Beatrice Cernuta spent four years launching special needs settings in Dubai before returning to EY-Parthenon. She speaks with Josh O’Neill about how the emirates private schools should approach new regulations requiring them to cater to special needs students by 2020