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American higher education enrollment declined. Again.

Bryan Alexander Blog, May 22, 2018 So what can we learn from this? Compare: 17,839,330 took classes this spring, while in 2013 we enrolled 19,105,651 students.  That’s about a 6.7% decline.  And it comes after a generation of steady enrollment growth. Read more>…

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Community College Daily, May 22, 2018 Undergraduate enrollments for this spring compared to last spring dropped 1.8 percent (275,000 students), with public two-year colleges seeing a 2-percent drop (107,000 students), according to a new report from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. Learn more>  …

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For-profit colleges struggle despite assist from DeVos

Associated Press, April 9, 2018 Student enrollment at most four-year for-profit colleges fell in 2017 to just over 901,000, down nearly 69,000 from the year before, according to data compiled by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. It’s a downward trend that began in the fall of 2010. Read more>…

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Current Term Enrollment Estimates - Fall 2017