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Research Center to Release June Special Enrollment Report Due to the Pandemic HERNDON, VA—(May 26, 2020)--Overall postsecondary enrollments decreased 0.5 percent or 83,803 students from spring 2019, but the pace of decline slowed this year, according to the Spring...
Higher Ed Lessons Learned During the Great Recession May Provide Insights HERNDON, Va.--(April 15, 2020)—As the nation addresses the current economic turmoil caused by the coronavirus, National Student Clearinghouse Research Center data may help clarify how...
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LATEST RESEARCH REPORT
Current Term Enrollment Estimates – Spring 2020
Public sector enrollments fell by 1.3 percent or 164,000 students over last spring. Graduate enrollments leveled off but high schoolers taking college courses increased by 7 percent or 47,000 students. The post Current Term Enrollment Estimates – Spring 2020 appeared first on National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
The Some College, No Degree report series seeks to understand the educational trajectories of millions of Americans who left postsecondary education without receiving a degree or certificate.
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