TAL Education Group

-$0.40 (-3.4%)
Closing price May 24, 2024

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TAL Company Data

Asset Type Stock
Exchange NYSE
Currency USD
Country China
Fiscal Year End February
Latest Quarter 11/30/2023
Market Cap 9,463.27M USD
Shares Outstanding 638,547,000
TAL Education Group is a leading provider of K-12 after-school tutoring services in China, offering a wide range of academic subjects including mathematics, physics, and English. With a variety of brands like Xueersi and First Leap, it caters to students through both small-class and personalized premium services. Beyond tutoring, TAL operates the online education platform jzb.com, offers investment management and consulting, develops educational software, and sells educational materials. Founded in 2003 and based in Beijing, TAL is dedicated to enhancing educational outcomes for students.

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