Digital Learning Fuels K-12 Market Trends
Value of 2012 swaps down from 2011, but still robust
Last year saw fewer high-profile education mergers and acquisitions than the high-water mark of 2011, but continued developments in the area of digital learning technology contributed to another active year for education companies seeking to diversify their product offerings, a recent analysis concludes.
Some $7 billion changed hands in more than 250 total transactions in 2012 , according to the report released this month by the investment banking firm Berkery Noyes.
Smaller acquisitions and mergers made up the bulk of the transactions, with digital learning technologies fueling...
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