Do Falling Enrollments Signify A Shift in Public Attitudes About The Importance of A College Degree?

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by Karen Herzog An annual survey of colleges and universities found that a growing number of schools face declining enrollment and less revenue from tuition, particularly smaller, tuition-dependent schools and lower-rated universities with less ability to raise prices or attract students. The survey released January 9, 2013 by the credit ratings agency Moody’s Investors Service found […]
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