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Every day, Pearson helps people around the world make more of their lives through learning. There’s an X factor too, harder to quantify: It could be that for-profit schools attract more parents like Nellie, who place more of an emphasis on education and whose children would therefore do better in any setting. An age-appropriate measure of handwriting speed for students aged 17-25 years in further and higher education.
And universities continue to hire Pearson to manage online programs even though the company has routinely failed to hit its contractual targets for student enrollment. William Ethridge became chief executive of Pearson’s North American Education division in 2008.
The author, Melanie Kendry , is an Oxford graduate, outstanding-rated English Language and Literature teacher and of ages 10-18 in the British education system. And Pearson was one of only three for-profit education companies — the other two were startups — invited to hobnob …Read More