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Key Laboratory of Big Data Mining and Knowledge Management, Chinese Academy of Science(CAS) recently has unveiled a report regarding online small-size class development in 2020. The report shows that the small-size class’s market size is becoming second place among different teaching modes in the domestic online education space, and the large-size class is the top pick by learners amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

As the Chinese government issued a statement encouraging schools to convert to online classes since the outbreak of COVID-19 last year, the crisis has spotlighted the online education market, and remote learning has become the most common way…


Image Credits: Kahoot!

Kahoot! announced it started trading on the Oslo Stock Exchange under the ticker KAHOT.OL, according to a statement Thursday.

The Oslo-based company is a game-based learning service that lets players create and take part in multiple-choice quizzes.

Since the inception in 2013, Kahoot! has been backed by the likes of SoftBank, Microsoft, and Disney, with its total funding raised to date hit $325 million.

In an interview with JMDedu, Kahoot! CEO Eilert Hanoa said, “Our future plans definitely include further expansion in markets in the Asia Pacific as well as China more particularly.” …


Under the long shadow cast by the capital winter since mid-2018 triggered by the deleveraging of financial markets and overall economic downturn, and as the educational policy has become more stringent leading to more potential investment risks, in 2020, the number of financing deals has shrunk by 17% compared to 2019.

According to statistics from Duojing Capital, there were 257 (excluding IPOs and M&A) financing deals closed by China-based EdTech ventures, a year-on-year decrease of nearly 17% and a record low in the past five years. But the total amount of financing has soared to around $9.75 billion, which was…


The COVID-19 pandemic takes variable shapes and forms in how it affects all walks of life. But amid such a chill environment, the outbound listing frenzy of China’s edtech companies continued, and the industry players also showed strong performance in the stock market.

Plus, there is a trend that the U.S. listed Chinese companies like New Oriental conduct share sales in Hong Kong as a way to broaden their investor, further, a hedge against the tense international situation.


Introduction: It was beyond doubt that the year of 2020 must be an important time pivot for the education industry. As the COVID-19 spreads since the beginning of this year, education is disrupted globally, but learning cannot be stagnant. In this special year, JMDedu will hold the GET (Global Education Technology) Summit under the theme of “Redefine Learning” to help both Chinese and international EdTech practitioners deep dive into the changes and rebuild confidence.

While what has been significantly changing in China? And where will the opportunities lie in the Chinese education market? In the upcoming weeks leading to the…


Infrastructure has been a top priority for China in 2020, especially new infrastructure including seven key areas: 5G networks, industrial internet, inter-city transportation and rail system, data centers, AI, ultra-high voltage power transmission, and new-energy vehicle charging stations.

According to the announcement at the 2020 National People’s Congress, China will invest an estimated $1.4 trillion over six years to 2025 in new infrastructure programs.

“It is important that the government spends more on concrete projects and pools resources to areas including the healthcare system, medical research, and education,” said Lu Ting, chief China economist with Nomura.

“Educational new infrastructure” related…


“The past seven years have been the golden age of the education industry in China. Although we saw rapid growth, there must be black swans and gray rhinos.” Speaking at the Global Education Technology (GET) Summit held in Beijing on Nov. 23–24, Mei Chujiu, the founder and CEO of the summit organizer JMDedu, stressed that regardless of the pandemic, the learning demands will never change, “education is an industry that is immortal, we can make more efforts for this career.”

Mei Chujiu, founder & CEO of JMDedu

Mei Chujiu mentioned that since the COVID-19 spread across the country, many educational institutions go bankrupt or reorganize because of…


Introduction: It was beyond doubt that the year 2020 must be an important time pivot for the education industry. As the COVID-19 spreads since the beginning of this year, education is disrupted globally, but learning cannot be stagnant. In this special year, JMDedu will hold the GET (Global Education Technology) Summit under the theme of “Redefine Learning” to help both Chinese and international EdTech practitioners deep dive into the changes and rebuild confidence.

While what has been significantly changing in China? And where will the opportunities lie in the Chinese education market? In the upcoming weeks leading to the GET…


Introduction: It was beyond doubt that the year 2020 must be an important time pivot for the education industry. As the COVID-19 spreads since the beginning of this year, education is disrupted globally, but learning cannot be stagnant. In this special year, JMDedu will hold the GET (Global Education Technology) Summit under the theme of “Redefine Learning” to help both Chinese and international EdTech practitioners deep dive into the changes and rebuild confidence.

While what has been significantly changing in China? And where will the opportunities lie in the Chinese education market? In the upcoming weeks leading to the GET…


Introduction: It was beyond doubt that the year 2020 must be an important time pivot for the education industry. As the COVID-19 spreads since the beginning of this year, education is disrupted globally, but learning cannot be stagnant. In this special year, JMDedu will hold the GET (Global Education Technology) Summit under the theme of “Redefine Learning” to help both Chinese and international EdTech practitioners deep dive into the changes and rebuild confidence.

While what has been significantly changing in China? And where will the opportunities lie in the Chinese education market? In the upcoming weeks leading to the GET…

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Supporting the EdTech ecosystem in China & globally. Operated by JMDedu, the leading B2B industry media company in China. Website: https://en.jmdedu.com/

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