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10% growth sees Wall Street back to 2019 levels

The PIE News

Wall Street English has recovered from the lows of the Covid-19 pandemic and year-on-year growth in excess of 10% has allowed the company to return to pre-2019 levels, according to its CEO. “ In 2019, we were a physical location-based business where everything was done in centre and we had students in 26 territories,” he said.

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Report: HBCUs Received 178 Times Less Foundation Funding than Ivy League Schools in 2019

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

On average, historically Black college and universities (HBCUs) received 178 times less funding from foundations than Ivy League schools in 2019, according to a report from research group Candid and ABFE, a nonprofit advocate for investments in Black communities, the Associated Press reported. billion from foundations in 2019.

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UK looks to reengage with China following first mission since 2019

The PIE News

The delegation was the largest of its kind to travel to China since 2019, meeting representatives from 44 Chinese universities. While the rest of the world saw an increase of 396% in Q2 2022 on the same quarter in 2019, China had dropped by 59%.

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The last normal year: Freshman Discounts at Private Colleges, 2019

Higher Ed Data Stories

This visualization shows freshman discount, net revenue, and other data for the entering class of 2019, and should not be taken as a definitive snapshot of a college's financial health. (If you're a high school counselor, or you work with a CBO counseling low-income students, you've already done enough. Just ignore the link.)

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Here’s the share of college students who took financial aid in 2019-20

Higher Ed Dive

Newly available federal data also shows how much average aid that undergraduates and graduate students accepted.

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US English sector recovers 65-70% on 2019; Japan top source

The PIE News

It also reports that the global numbers as of 2022 had “recovered 65% to 70%” of 2019 levels. “Visa denials for language programs continue to be a challenge” A 2019 EnglishUSA trade mission to Brazil and Colombia identified a potential market for US players, Gear explained.

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Freshman enrollment is up for the first time since 2019

Inside Higher Ed

million freshmen who enrolled in 2019, “this is a very promising sign for higher education,” said Doug Shapiro, the research center’s executive director. million freshmen enrolled in a college or university last semester, a 4.3 percent increase over fall 2021 and a healthy jump from the 2.24 percent.