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Today’s enrollment officials need a mind for marketing and a nose for numbers. Thick skin helps, too. And they must accept that, at any moment, their heads could roll.
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Student and consumer groups, worried that the Education Department is considering softening its proposed “gainful employment” rule, are challenging a study that suggests that demographics drive student outcomes.
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Don’t have the time, funds, or inclination to get a four-year degree? Some associate’s degree programs offer high salary potential for less time. Just keep in mind that choice of school matters.
Top 10 Global Hometowns of America’s Foreign Students
Source: Brookings Institution
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American higher education is a global commodity and has become a major service export. My recently released report on foreign students reveals that fast-growing emerging cities from around the globe are the hometowns of a large majority of foreign students studying in the United States.
Unemployment among Doctoral Scientists and Engineers Remained Below the National Average in 2013
Source: National Science Foundation
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In 2013, an estimated 837,900 individuals in the United States held research doctoral degrees in science, engineering, and health (SEH) fields, an increase of 4.0% from 2010.