KYT, an edtech startup headquartered in India and Singapore, has raised US$2.5 million led by Sequoia India's scale-up programme Surge, the startup announced on Monday.

[NEW YORK] New York City will reopen elementary schools on December 7 and offer in-person classes for special-needs students of all ages despite a recent surge in coronavirus cases, Mayor Bill de...

THE Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) has partnered the Singapore Association of Convention & Exhibition Organisers & Suppliers (SACEOS) to train event management...

[BENGALURU] India's online education startup Byju's is said to be raising capital from investors including BlackRock and T Rowe Price Group as demand for such classes skyrockets during the...

[SYDNEY] Australia will not allow foreign students to return as Canberra prioritises the return of locals stuck overseas, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Friday.

[SINGAPORE] Temasek Holdings is in active talks to make its first direct investment in health care and education tech startups in South-east Asia, said the company's chief investment strategist....

NEW frontiers in the digital economy such as healthtech and edtech have hit their inflexion points, as the Covid-19 pandemic has unlocked new interest from investors and lowered old barriers,...

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CHINESE language learning platform LingoAce has raised US$6 million in a Series A+ round led by Sequoia India, the startup announced in a press statement on Monday.

THE education sector in Singapore may be well-regarded, but it must continue to keep pace in the global market, Trade and Industry Minister Chan Chun Sing said on Monday.