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大步走向共产主义合作社,公有制,中央统一计划经济。小时候政治学的东西,突然又记起来了。过几年可能两票啥的都回来了,60年一轮回。。这一届小盆友再过六十年再来一拨儿
 

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Minto那 list price 咱就不说了。咱村整体房价也就这样了。近期难有大起色。大家安了。
 

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加拿大境内的这些家长愿意去花钱给孩子辅导,提高的,基本是三类

第一类,是政府、大学举办的,比如本地几个大学办的各类班,收费的,因为挂靠大学,政府等机构,是NON-PROFIT的
第二类,是商业性质,比如KUMON 和其他几个连锁的,还有几个华人办的网上啥公司这些是公司,他们没有NON-PROFIT的义务,业主或连锁经营的都是当做养家的生意!
第三类,就是私人性质,现在很多家长请的私教,他们是赚钱的,赚外快的。很多都是在职中小学老师,在私教教的东西自然和校内不同,在校内的,只要符合教钢,又要照顾各个程度的学生的需要,自然内容和难度就不能和自己私教教的内容比。否者家长怎么会化这么多钱呢? 一小时至少50加币了吧。不弄点干货,咋收人家钱呢?:)

至于上市公司,你去查查,美国加拿大有不少以教育为背景的公司上市。

这些校外教育提供者的赚钱,是不能用道德等层面上去衡量的,

如果要禁止俞敏洪这样的,那那些卖脑黄金等等的忽悠的营养品的,就应该直接抓起来投入大牢了,为啥不管卖脑黄金的? 那些搞培训的提高班的,都是针对具体的科目,没有人去传播宗教或啥革命理想吧。。。很多教员还教政治,让学生更好的领悟党的政策,好在政治上思想能更坚定点。。。 :buttrock:
你告下我美加有哪家上市的以营利为目标的教育公司?

有规模影响力的Khan Academy是吗?Art of Problem Solving是吗?我告你吧,这两家都是non profit
 

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Minto那 list price 咱就不说了。咱村整体房价也就这样了。近期难有大起色。大家安了。
新点的Town稳稳地站到70万+,你们这些房东还要怎样?
 

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你告下我美加有哪家上市的以营利为目标的教育公司?

有规模影响力的Khan Academy是吗?Art of Problem Solving是吗?我告你吧,这两家都是non profit
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12 大著名在美加上市的教育培训公司

5个是中国的,7个是美国的。


12 Best For-Profit Education Stocks​

April 17, 2020| by Timothy Lutts
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For-Profit Education Stocks have Been in an Upcycle in Recent Years. And these are the Best of the Best.​

The entire sector of for-profit education stocks, which peaked in a huge bubble in 2010 and bottomed after a widespread collapse in 2013, has been in a healthy upcycle since, notwithstanding the normal twists and turns of the market.

But it hasn’t yet come anywhere close to “overheated,” so you can still make a lot of money in this sector.

That previous bubble was inspired by the mantra “Everyone Deserves a College Education” and fueled by billions of dollars in federal loans, which for-profit colleges happily steered to millions of students who might previously have never dreamed of going to college.

Trouble is, some of them didn’t deserve a college education—either because they couldn’t do the work, or they couldn’t pay back their loans—and when the Feds wised up and cut back on the loans, the bubble collapsed.


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In many ways, the bubble in for-profit education was similar to the one spurred by the mantra “Every American Deserves to Own a Home,” which fueled the growth of the subprime mortgage industry, whose implosion kicked off the Great Recession of 2008-2009.

Happily, the bursting of the bubble in for-profit education didn’t bring the same widespread damage and for-profit education stocks are still in business.

But it did leave two of the most aggressive companies bankrupt and defunct (Corinthian Colleges in 2015 and ITT in 2016), while countless smaller institutions, like Education Corporation of America, simply closed their doors after losing accreditation.

The biggest of all, the University of Phoenix, didn’t die, but was taken private in 2017 at less than 12% of its peak market value. And in the final act of the implosion, hundreds of millions of dollars of loans have been forgiven by the federal government—the cost to be borne by the American taxpayer, me and you.

But now the sector is healthy again, so it’s time for a fresh look at the best for-profit education stocks.

WHICH FOR-PROFIT EDUCATION STOCKS SHOULD YOU BUY?

There are more than 30 public companies trying to make a buck in the education business.

While most of these companies are running schools—both physical and online—the sector also includes companies supplying educational materials (programs and textbooks). I eliminated some of these, as well as a few that were too thinly traded or low-priced.

As to the remaining 12 for-profit education stocks, it’s interesting that the three largest (by market capitalization) are based in China and serve the Chinese market. In general, the Chinese for-profit education business has been booming in recent years, but in 2018, as the economy slowed, some schools experienced some serious slowdowns.

The for-profit education industry in the U.S., meanwhile, is more mature, so though it has not enjoyed the rapid growth of the Chinese schools in recent years, it does have well-managed companies whose education stocks are attractive.

Without further ado, here they are, in order from largest market capitalization to smallest.

12 FOR-PROFIT EDUCATION STOCKS​

TAL Education (TAL)

Beijing-based TAL serves 3.9 million K-12 students through 676 learning centers in 56 cities, providing language tutoring and test preparation services. Revenues have continued to grow, though earnings have been slipping as margins have suffered and in April 2020 it was revealed that an employee of a division of the company that accounted for about 3% of revenues was arrested for falsely inflating sales. The stock is still a leader, despite a little hiccup after the arrest.

New Oriental Education and Technology (EDU)

Also based in Beijing, New Oriental serves 45 million students through 95 schools and 1,159 education centers. It’s grown revenues the past three years and earnings remain on a steady upward track, supported by health margins.

GSX Techedu (GSX)

The youngest stock in the group, GSX came public in June 2019 but has performed splendidly since. Based in Beijing, the company is the third-largest after-school tutoring company in China, and its growth has been fast.

Bright Horizons Family Solutions (BFAM)

Massachusetts-based Bright Horizons provides a range of services for small children, from employer-sponsored childcare and backup care to early education and pre-school. The company has more than 1,082 centers in 41 states and Canada (North America accounts for 76% of revenues) with additional centers in Europe, India and Puerto Rico. The stock peaked last February and then was crushed in the coronavirus crash, losing as much as 64% of its value before rebounding.

Chegg (CHGG)

This California company was founded in 2005 as a textbook-rental company but over the past few years, it has transitioned to a purely digital company, and now provides study guides and textbooks (through a partnership with Ingram) to more than 5 million high school and college students. In the fourth quarter of 2020, revenues grew 31% to $126 million, while earnings jumped 40% to $0.35 per share. Interestingly, the stock has been relatively stagnant since mid-2019, so it wasn’t “high” when the coronavirus crash came, and thus fell “only” 42%—much of which has since been recovered.

Grand Canyon Education (LOPE)

Founded in 1949, Grand Canyon Education is the company behind Grand Canyon University, a Christian university in Prescott, Arizona that serves 90,000 students, both onsite and online. The stock had been one of the most stable uptrending education stocks in the sector for years, but that trend ended in 2019 when the company sold off its physical assets, and now the stock is slowly trending down, telling us investors don’t expect much here, mainly because the school has been having trouble growing.

Strategic Education (STRA)

Previously known as Strayer Education (STRA) and based in Herndon, Virginia, this company merged with Capella Education of Minneapolis in 2018 and adopted the new name as an umbrella—but kept the trading symbol and the names of the operating educational institutions. Aimed at working adult students, these institutions serve about 57,000 students across the U.S. STRA looks like a decent buy.

Adtalem Global Education (ATGE)

Previously known as Devry, which paid a $100 million fine in 2016, Adtalem provides post-secondary education across the U.S. through a number of institutions, including American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine, Chamberlain University, Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists. Investors don’t expect much and the stock’s action confirms that; it’s been trending down since late 2018.

Hailiang Education Group (HLG)

Hailiang Education is a division of Hailiang Group, a Chinese diversified conglomerate. Hailiang Education, relying on the bricks and mortar of the parent, runs an “asset-light” education company, providing K-12 education services to some 61,000 students through 36 schools. Information on the company is a bit thin, and financial statements tend to be less available than we’d like, but it’s clear that growth has slowed (and the stock has lost its oomph) since mid-2018. Institutional support is light for this one.

K12 (LRN)

Based in Herndon, Virginia, K12 provides online curriculum to more than 115,000 K-12 students in 50 states, mainly in public schools that are under management contracts, and while its revenues grow marginally each year, growth is slow.

Perdoceo Education (PRDO)

Previously known as Career Education (CECO) and headquartered in Schaumberg, Illinois, Perdoceo operates American InterContinental University and Colorado Technical University, providing post-secondary education for some 36,000 students in campuses across the U.S., with programs in criminal justice, accounting, education, nursing and information technology—though business administration is by far the most popular focus. Management spent a couple of years cutting unprofitable programs, and now both revenues and earnings are growing again.

China Online Education (COE)

The hottest stock in the whole group is the smallest by market capitalization, a purely online school dedicated to teaching English to Chinese students under the name 51Talk. Momentum investors jump on this growth stock. Long-term potential is high, but so is short-term risk.

MY FAVORITE FOR-PROFIT EDUCATION STOCKS

The Chinese stocks have the advantage of great demographics and a faster-growing economy, with the most interesting, TAL Education (TAL) and New Oriental Education and Technology (EDU) and China Online Education (COE), having the biggest and smallest market capitalizations in the list.

As for the U.S. for-profit education stocks, Strategic Education (STRA) is growing earnings nicely and is not overvalued and Chegg (CHGG) has a great leadership position in the niche of educational resources.
 

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美国这列出来的七家,组织结构上和新东方们还是不一样的,成人再教育,教材提供这些更像是现有系统的补充。
你告下我美加有哪家上市的以营利为目标的教育公司?

有规模影响力的Khan Academy是吗?Art of Problem Solving是吗?我告你吧,这两家都是non profit

12 大著名在美加上市的教育培训公司

5个是中国的,7个是美国的。


12 Best For-Profit Education Stocks​

April 17, 2020| by Timothy Lutts
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For-Profit Education Stocks have Been in an Upcycle in Recent Years. And these are the Best of the Best.​

The entire sector of for-profit education stocks, which peaked in a huge bubble in 2010 and bottomed after a widespread collapse in 2013, has been in a healthy upcycle since, notwithstanding the normal twists and turns of the market.

But it hasn’t yet come anywhere close to “overheated,” so you can still make a lot of money in this sector.

That previous bubble was inspired by the mantra “Everyone Deserves a College Education” and fueled by billions of dollars in federal loans, which for-profit colleges happily steered to millions of students who might previously have never dreamed of going to college.

Trouble is, some of them didn’t deserve a college education—either because they couldn’t do the work, or they couldn’t pay back their loans—and when the Feds wised up and cut back on the loans, the bubble collapsed.


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In many ways, the bubble in for-profit education was similar to the one spurred by the mantra “Every American Deserves to Own a Home,” which fueled the growth of the subprime mortgage industry, whose implosion kicked off the Great Recession of 2008-2009.

Happily, the bursting of the bubble in for-profit education didn’t bring the same widespread damage and for-profit education stocks are still in business.

But it did leave two of the most aggressive companies bankrupt and defunct (Corinthian Colleges in 2015 and ITT in 2016), while countless smaller institutions, like Education Corporation of America, simply closed their doors after losing accreditation.

The biggest of all, the University of Phoenix, didn’t die, but was taken private in 2017 at less than 12% of its peak market value. And in the final act of the implosion, hundreds of millions of dollars of loans have been forgiven by the federal government—the cost to be borne by the American taxpayer, me and you.

But now the sector is healthy again, so it’s time for a fresh look at the best for-profit education stocks.

WHICH FOR-PROFIT EDUCATION STOCKS SHOULD YOU BUY?

There are more than 30 public companies trying to make a buck in the education business.

While most of these companies are running schools—both physical and online—the sector also includes companies supplying educational materials (programs and textbooks). I eliminated some of these, as well as a few that were too thinly traded or low-priced.

As to the remaining 12 for-profit education stocks, it’s interesting that the three largest (by market capitalization) are based in China and serve the Chinese market. In general, the Chinese for-profit education business has been booming in recent years, but in 2018, as the economy slowed, some schools experienced some serious slowdowns.

The for-profit education industry in the U.S., meanwhile, is more mature, so though it has not enjoyed the rapid growth of the Chinese schools in recent years, it does have well-managed companies whose education stocks are attractive.

Without further ado, here they are, in order from largest market capitalization to smallest.

12 FOR-PROFIT EDUCATION STOCKS​

TAL Education (TAL)

Beijing-based TAL serves 3.9 million K-12 students through 676 learning centers in 56 cities, providing language tutoring and test preparation services. Revenues have continued to grow, though earnings have been slipping as margins have suffered and in April 2020 it was revealed that an employee of a division of the company that accounted for about 3% of revenues was arrested for falsely inflating sales. The stock is still a leader, despite a little hiccup after the arrest.

New Oriental Education and Technology (EDU)

Also based in Beijing, New Oriental serves 45 million students through 95 schools and 1,159 education centers. It’s grown revenues the past three years and earnings remain on a steady upward track, supported by health margins.

GSX Techedu (GSX)

The youngest stock in the group, GSX came public in June 2019 but has performed splendidly since. Based in Beijing, the company is the third-largest after-school tutoring company in China, and its growth has been fast.

Bright Horizons Family Solutions (BFAM)

Massachusetts-based Bright Horizons provides a range of services for small children, from employer-sponsored childcare and backup care to early education and pre-school. The company has more than 1,082 centers in 41 states and Canada (North America accounts for 76% of revenues) with additional centers in Europe, India and Puerto Rico. The stock peaked last February and then was crushed in the coronavirus crash, losing as much as 64% of its value before rebounding.

Chegg (CHGG)

This California company was founded in 2005 as a textbook-rental company but over the past few years, it has transitioned to a purely digital company, and now provides study guides and textbooks (through a partnership with Ingram) to more than 5 million high school and college students. In the fourth quarter of 2020, revenues grew 31% to $126 million, while earnings jumped 40% to $0.35 per share. Interestingly, the stock has been relatively stagnant since mid-2019, so it wasn’t “high” when the coronavirus crash came, and thus fell “only” 42%—much of which has since been recovered.

Grand Canyon Education (LOPE)

Founded in 1949, Grand Canyon Education is the company behind Grand Canyon University, a Christian university in Prescott, Arizona that serves 90,000 students, both onsite and online. The stock had been one of the most stable uptrending education stocks in the sector for years, but that trend ended in 2019 when the company sold off its physical assets, and now the stock is slowly trending down, telling us investors don’t expect much here, mainly because the school has been having trouble growing.

Strategic Education (STRA)

Previously known as Strayer Education (STRA) and based in Herndon, Virginia, this company merged with Capella Education of Minneapolis in 2018 and adopted the new name as an umbrella—but kept the trading symbol and the names of the operating educational institutions. Aimed at working adult students, these institutions serve about 57,000 students across the U.S. STRA looks like a decent buy.

Adtalem Global Education (ATGE)

Previously known as Devry, which paid a $100 million fine in 2016, Adtalem provides post-secondary education across the U.S. through a number of institutions, including American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine, Chamberlain University, Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists. Investors don’t expect much and the stock’s action confirms that; it’s been trending down since late 2018.

Hailiang Education Group (HLG)

Hailiang Education is a division of Hailiang Group, a Chinese diversified conglomerate. Hailiang Education, relying on the bricks and mortar of the parent, runs an “asset-light” education company, providing K-12 education services to some 61,000 students through 36 schools. Information on the company is a bit thin, and financial statements tend to be less available than we’d like, but it’s clear that growth has slowed (and the stock has lost its oomph) since mid-2018. Institutional support is light for this one.

K12 (LRN)

Based in Herndon, Virginia, K12 provides online curriculum to more than 115,000 K-12 students in 50 states, mainly in public schools that are under management contracts, and while its revenues grow marginally each year, growth is slow.

Perdoceo Education (PRDO)

Previously known as Career Education (CECO) and headquartered in Schaumberg, Illinois, Perdoceo operates American InterContinental University and Colorado Technical University, providing post-secondary education for some 36,000 students in campuses across the U.S., with programs in criminal justice, accounting, education, nursing and information technology—though business administration is by far the most popular focus. Management spent a couple of years cutting unprofitable programs, and now both revenues and earnings are growing again.

China Online Education (COE)

The hottest stock in the whole group is the smallest by market capitalization, a purely online school dedicated to teaching English to Chinese students under the name 51Talk. Momentum investors jump on this growth stock. Long-term potential is high, but so is short-term risk.

MY FAVORITE FOR-PROFIT EDUCATION STOCKS

The Chinese stocks have the advantage of great demographics and a faster-growing economy, with the most interesting, TAL Education (TAL) and New Oriental Education and Technology (EDU) and China Online Education (COE), having the biggest and smallest market capitalizations in the list.

As for the U.S. for-profit education stocks, Strategic Education (STRA) is growing earnings nicely and is not overvalued and Chegg (CHGG) has a great leadership position in the niche of educational resources.
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美国这列出来的七家,组织结构上和新东方们还是不一样的,成人再教育,教材提供这些更像是现有系统的补充。
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至于俞敏洪等等的培训是否完美,那是另外的话题。俞敏洪最大的争议就是曾经用真题来培训,那在15-20年前已经有风波,也有法律诉讼,这么长时间,该赔的赔了,最近15年好像没有任何关于这方面的诉讼或异议。新东方也成功登陆美国交易所很多年了。美国现在都和他们和解了,中国为何和他们过不去呢?

网上有个说法,说新东方很多培训请的是外教,由于COVID, 很多外教都是人在国外而在网上授课,说这些外教中有些人是美国和西方情报机构的,可能对中国的青少年有潜移默化的西方思想的洗脑。然后学生和外教课堂互动的时候会泄露国家信息和机密,呵,这就有点过了,现在网络这么发达,国内的人如果真想看墙外的新闻,有很多途径。

 
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