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How Faith-Based Independent Schools Have Fared in the Post Recession Economy

07 Aug How Faith-Based Independent Schools Have Fared in the Post Recession Economy

Because faith-based independent schools make up a large component of the North American school landscape and are often mission driven to be accessible to a broad range of families, Measuring Success decided to study how well these schools are faring following the Great Recession of 2008-2009.

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The analysis drew upon a rich dataset containing enrollment, tuition, financial aid, operating spending and fundraising data for large cohorts of faith-based and non faith-based independent schools. The results indicate some important strengths for faith-based schools but also some important areas of concern that merit reflection, planning, and constructive action.

Whether your school is a faith-based institution or not, we hope you will find the analysis to be thought provoking. Click here to download the complete white paper.

Email Measuring Success to get in touch with Dr. Harry Bloom, the author of the white paper, regarding any questions or comments you might have and to learn how your school can utilize data-driven methodologies to enhance its positioning and sustainability.