Australian-listed education technology company Schrole Group has entered into a binding term sheet ahead of an agreement with International School Services to provide a comprehensive recruitment service for international schools under the brand ISS-Schrole Advantage.
Perth-based educational technology company Schrole is partnering with US company First Advantage to launch a new product that it says enables international schools and teachers to easily conduct employee background checks.
Australia’s 40K Foundation social enterprise specialising in education technology has received a $250,000 support grant from the Atlassian Foundation, the philanthropic arm of team collaboration software company Atlassian.
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