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The study by the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education says that South Dakota is expected to show a significant increase in graduates over the next decade and beyond.
Higher education funding in Missouri per capita is 44th in the nation. ... according to a study by the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education. (May 16, 2013)
The expected enrollment dip is caused, in part, by 10-year projections that show high school graduates declining throughout the Midwest, she said. The projections show an especially sharp decline in high school graduates in Illinois, according to a study by the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education. More than 4,200 students enrolled at MU in fall 2012 hailed from Illinois, according to MU enrollment statistics.
Last month, the Commission on the Regulation of Postsecondary Distance Education, a nationally prominent group of accreditors, regulators and other higher education and state leaders, unveiled a comprehensive plan detailing how states could simplify and transform the regulation of U.S. distance education.
The January 2013 report from the Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education, Knocking At the Door: A Projection of High School Graduates, contains clarifying revelations.
The number of Ohio high school graduates will drop 9.3 percent from 2006 to 2022, shedding more than 12,000 graduates a year, according to the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, a membership and research group for colleges around the country.
By David A. Longanecker and Diane Auer Jones