United States Education Market
February 2019

Regulatory changes could impact education quality and burden on student debt. Foreign student enrolments further decline. Education groups, publishers, LMS providers and tech giants strengthen digital focus.

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The ‘Accreditation and Innovation’ committee completes two rounds of discussions in a bid to introduce new rules around accreditors and distance education that could result in major regulatory changes. Immigration policies and VISA issues lead to a second year of foreign student enrolment decline. Aspirations to strengthen digital portfolios drive acquisitions across publishers, LMS providers, education and tech giants.

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