TAL Education Group, a Chinese holding company that provides after-school education and tutoring services for students, on May 5th revealed its plan to develop MathGPT, a large-scale mathematical model.
On March 14, Xueersi Online, a digital platform owned by Chinese extracurricular education company Tomorrow Advancing Life (TAL), was accused of violating the Double Reduction policy that China previously implemented in an effort to alleviate student stress.
Private tutoring businesses in China are exploring new growth avenues since the introduction of the "Double Reduction" policy. With the rising popularity of ChatGPT, they have started to incorporate AI into its training products.
TAL Education, a leading after-school tutoring services provider in China, announced on Friday that it is exploring smart hardware development and life science research.
Chinese private tutoring company TAL Education on Monday announced its unaudited financial results for the third quarter of fiscal year 2022 ended November 30, 2021.
Gaotu Techedu Inc. announced that it will end its off-campus tutoring services related to academic subjects from kindergarten through grade nine (the "K-9 Academic AST Services").
On November 13, Chinese extracurricular education company Tomorrow Advancing Life issued a statement that it will be terminating its off-campus training for compulsory education in mainland China by the end of this year.
Chinese internet and technology giant Baidu said on Monday that it has named Luo Rong, former chief financial officer (CFO) of tutoring firm TAL Education Group, as its new CFO.
TAL Group's face-to-face teaching in the Shanghai Branch has been changed into online courses, but not all schools are following the changes. TAL has adjusted the arrangement of some schools in China.
TAL Education Group announced on the night of September 24 that the company's board of directors has appointed Peng Zhuangzhuang as the new Chief Financial Officer, which will take effect from November 1, 2021.
The last three years since the 2018 crackdown on Beijing’s after-school tutoring industry have seen frustration at the industry’s poor habits eventually reach a climax.
Fortune on Thursday unveiled its ‘40 under 40’ list for 2020, which included seven Chinese entrepreneurs from the categories of technology, healthcare and finance.
Ed-Tech company TAL Education (Haoweilai), disclosed that it found an employee had falsified sales during a routine internal audit.