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CommProve strengthen its commitment with Dhiraagu in the Maldives

Malé, Maldives, 12th June 2018 – CommProve is today announcing an extension of its partnership with Dhiraagu, the leading digital service provider in the Maldives. CommProve’s next Generation Service Assurance Solution is going to provide Dhiraagu with a new way to assess the digital customer’s experience, support with QoS/QoE improvements ...

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Business owners worried about Network Rail arches sell-off

A martial arts gym manager and a bike shop owner have told BBC Radio 5 live about their concerns ahead of Network Rail selling-off thousands of railway arches across England and Wales. Network Rail said: “As a taxpayer-funded, public company, we use funds from property rents and sales to invest ...

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Hampleton Partners Appoints Former National Electric Vehicle Sweden, Microsoft and Salesforce Executive to Lead Nordic M&A Growth

Michel Annink will provide international tech-sector M&A expertise London & Stockholm, 11 June 2018 – Hampleton Partners, the international technology M&A advisory firm, has appointed Michel Annink as Director to lead its expansion into the fast-growing, high-tech Nordic markets. Michel Annink, Director, Hampleton Partners Annink joins Hampleton from his role ...

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ImpulsePay Appoints Adam Williams as Chief Executive Officer

Former Chief Operating Officer steps up as Chris Newell focuses on donr Newcastle, June 8th, 2018: ImpulsePay today announced that Adam Williams will become its new CEO. After successfully running the mobile payment company for ten years – a time period which has included multiple awards – Chris Newell has ...

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How Do We Know If Ed Tech Even Works?

Commentary —Skip Sterling for Education Week We have an obligation to test educational technology before widespread adoption By Britt Neuhaus, Philip Oreopoulos, & Thomas J. Kane In April, the newest National Assessment of Educational Progress scores once again showed minimal progress in U.S. math and reading achievement and a widening ...

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Student Privacy – Education Week

Report Roundup “2018 State of EdTech Privacy Report: Third-party Marketing” The nonprofit Common Sense found what it called “a widespread lack of transparency, as well as inconsistent privacy and security practices” in its three-year review of how student information is collected, used, and disclosed on some of the most popular ...

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