Folkestone targets $42m raising

Real estate investment manager Folkestone is raising $42 million through an institutional placement of shares and a non-renounceable rights issue.

Evolve Education raises $NZ132m in IPO

New Zealand’s Evolve Education Group has raised $NZ132 million ($119m) in its planned initial public offer, after completing a book build overnight.

Evolve Education confirms IPO

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Group confirms IPO in a dual listing on the ASX and NZX to fund a series of acquisitions in early childhood education.

The dollar drag on our knowledge elite

Toxic economic forces and government short-sightedness are jeopardising Australia’s ‘high-skill, high-wage’ future.

Vocation under regulatory cloud

Embattled education group caught up in investigation by the federal skills regulator.

Vocation plunge draws ASIC interest

Corporate regulator assessing Vocation's conduct in wake of 57% share price crash: report.

Education retreat false: Pyne

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Reports of a backdown on higher education reforms dismissed by Coalition.

G8 Education to buy 20 childcare centres

Queensland childcare operator purchases 20 centres for $37m, announces $100m equity raising.

Steve Wozniak now a UTS professor

Apple co-founder Steve 'Woz' Wozniak joins University of Technology Sydney's 'Magic Lab.'

Education provider ACN plans $86m IPO

Australian Careers Network looks to late November listing.

The real threat lurking in universities

Universities are under attack for 'indoctrinating' some students, but a much bigger problem is costing taxpayers, students and the nation dearly.

Kroger back with $12m childcare foray

Michael Kroger and his associates are set to reap up to $12.5m from foray into listed childcare sector.

Citadel sets pricing for up to $50m IPO

The technology, education and training group will list in mid-November.

Citadel bookbuild next week for $50m IPO

Move to equally comprise share selldown, fresh capital raising.

Technology teaching needs to start from day one: ACS

The Australian Computer Society says that starting technology learning at year 9 will leave our students at an disadvantage.

Vic will fight for Gonski funds: Napthine

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Premier says he will pursue six-year agreement 'in full'.

Training provider Citadel Group eyes mid-Nov listing

Education and technology group meets with investors before pricing finalisation.

Cisco, Swinburne University team up on research

US tech giant to give the Swinburne University of Technology a helping hand in kickstarting the innovation agenda, with the two signing an agreement to collaborate on ‘Internet of Everything’ research.

Second US university drops China's Confucius Institute

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Pennsylvania State University latest university to sever ties with Chinese funded language and cultural training centres.

Why university fee deregulation will leave us worse off

The deregulation of tertiary education fees will disadvantage lower-income earners, and the effects will flow right through the economy.