History

History

2013

  • TES Pro launches: www.tes.co.uk/tespro

  • TES Connect connects 50 million teachers and students globally

2012

  • The American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and TSL launch Share My Lesson: www.sharemylesson.com

  • TSL launches TES India: www.tesindia.com

  • TES Connect's resource bank passes landmark of 500,000

2011

  • TES Connect becomes the largest online network of teachers in the world

  • The TES newspaper relaunches as a glossy magazine

Previous

  • 2010

    TSL acquires iBoard and EnglishResouces.com, as well as BrightSpark online tutoring

  • 2009

    TSL launches HireWire, a free digital recruitment tool for schools

  • 2008

    TSL Education acquires Education Data Surveys (EDS)

    TES Prime executive recruiting set up for school leaders

    Times Higher Education Supplement relaunches as a glossy magazine called the Times Higher Education (THE)

  • 2007

    Charterhouse Capital Partners acquires TSL Education

  • 2006

    The TES Connect website is launched with a new platform to share resources

  • 2005

    Exponent Private Equity acquires TSL Education from News International

  • 1999

    Times Supplements Ltd changes its name to TSL Education Ltd

  • 1997

    TES launches website

  • 1989

    Times Supplements Ltd is created to run the two educational titles

  • 1981

    News Corporation buys Times Newspapers Ltd

  • 1971

    The Times Higher Education Supplement (THES) is launched

  • 1966

    Sold to the Thompson Organisation

  • 1922

    Sold by Lord Northcliffe’s family to the Astors

  • 1914

    TES becomes a stand-alone title, published weekly for the price of 1p

  • 1910

    The Times Educational Supplement (TES) first published as part of The Times (London)