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28 Jun Big Data: Strengthening a Congregation

Utilizing data-driven benchmarking to sustain and grow your flock By Dr. Harry Bloom Studies show that participation in organized religion in North America has been on the decline in recent years. While research indicates that Americans’ involvement has decreased, studies simultaneously show that a majority of congregations...

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01 Mar New Study: Tuition Increases Don’t Dampen Demand

Do tuition increases adversely affect enrollment in independent schools? Only in rare instances, finds a conclusive new study. In the third major research effort of its kind, a study of "tuition price elasticity" in independent preK-12 schools finds that there is statistically no association between...

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