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Enrollment trends, 2011-2021

Higher Ed Data Stories

Fresh IPEDS data dropped this week, and my evenings have been busy downloading, cleaning, and structuring the data. Since it's the holiday season, I won't even complain that IPEDS could make this all easy for anyone who wants to get the data, but then I suppose I'd have to shut down the blog.

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Spending on university students in England ‘back to 2011 low point’, says IFS

The Guardian - Higher Education

Government’s underestimation of inflation has eroded teaching resources, according to thinktank University students in England are seeing less spent on their education than at any time since their tuition fees were tripled in 2012, according to new analysis by the Institute for Fiscal Studies.

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Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

This is his second time serving in the role, initially from 2005 to 2011. Overton James T. Overton has been named chief of the police department at Delaware State University. Overton holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Delaware State and a master’s degree in human resource management from Wilmington College in Delaware.

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Diverse Recognizes Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs at ACPA Conference

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

The Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs (PPWSA) study was first proposed by Ralph Newell at Diverse as a partnership with ACPA-College Student Educators International in 2011. The ACPA Governing Board motioned for the then-Director of Research and Scholarship, Dr. Terrell Strayhorn, to explore the merit and extent of this project.

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Men Are Driving Enrollment Declines - Johanna Alonso, Inside Higher Ed

Economics and Change in Higher Education

While the number of women aged 18 to 24 in college has decreased by 200,000 since total college enrollment peaked in 2011, the number of men in that age bracket has dropped by a million during that time period. Men currently make up 42 percent of all 18- to 24-year-old college students, down from 47 percent in 2011.

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More young men are enrolling in trade schools instead of college

University Business

million since its peak in 2011. He’s one of millions, as according to a Pew Research study, the amount of students between the ages of 18 and 24 enrolled in college has decreased by 1.2 According to the most recent U.S. census, one million of them are men. Read more from Western Mass News.

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Leader of Learning Podcast episode 165: Exploring the Future of Technology in Education with John Sowash

Leader of Learning

Guest Information: Since 2011, John has worked with schools around the world, providing practical, hands-on professional development and technology integration support. When the Chromebook made it’s appearance in 2011, he was convinced it was the perfect device for the classroom.