Curro flags increased profits as enrolment grows
Despite the tough economy, parents fork out for private education amid problems in public schools
Private schooling group Curro is chasing quality rather than quantity with the group taking a firmer stance on parents who fail to pay for their children’s education.
The company said in a trading update on Monday that it had 72,835 registered learners as of this month, compared with 70,408 learners in February last year...
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