Britain's Pearson said on Saturday it was in talks to sell its 50 percent stake in The Economist Group, publisher of The Economist newspaper.
The move comes on the heels of Pearson's sale of the Financial Times newspaper t
Japanese media group Nikkei on Thursday agreed to buy the Financial Times from Britain's Pearson in a $1.3 billion deal that brings together two leading financial news organisations from Europe and Asia.
The sale of the FT Gro
British publisher Pearson has decided to sell the Financial Times newspaper to a global, digital news company, a person familiar with the deal said on Thursday.
A full announcement is expected shortly, the person told Reuters.
Unicef UK and Pearson are set to hold a series of high level events over the next year which will bring together experts, thought-leaders and innovators from a range of industries and countries across the world.
Pearson, the world’s largest education company, has launched new initiatives designed to promote technical and vocational education in Lebanon.
The education company will now provide its Business and Technology Education Cou
Learning company Pearson has published two new reports by education expert professor John Hattie which call into question some of the key reform policies pursued by governments in the last twenty years.
The research has promised t
Leading learning company Pearson has welcomed the World Bank’s renewed commitment to improving basic education in some of the world’s poorest countries.
On the eve of the World Education Forum in South Korea, the Presi
The Preparatory Year Deanship at Um Al Qura University (PYP-UQU) has partnered with leading learning company Pearson to provide students with online learning and assessment technology.
Under the agreement, Pearson will provide the
Leading learning company Pearson has launched two new initiatives to increase its support for better educational outcomes in the developing world.
Karim Daoud, managing director in the Middle East, said: “Pearson has announc
Current assessment methods in education are no longer working, so that even the top performing systems in the world have hit a performance ceiling, a report said, adding that new technologies will transform testing.