Measuring Success | Three Key Strategies for Using Data to Increase Enrollment in Southeastern Independent Schools
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Three Key Strategies for Using Data to Increase Enrollment in Southeastern Independent Schools

22 Oct Three Key Strategies for Using Data to Increase Enrollment in Southeastern Independent Schools

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In 2016, Measuring Success surveyed hundreds of independent schools across the United States and Canada to learn how tuition setting and enrollment outcomes differed regionally and based on underlying demographic factors — and determine what was working and what wasn’t. The results revealed dramatic differences in enrollment trends depending on the geographic region the schools serve and an emerging recent weakness in the enrollment pipelines of hitherto successful schools.

In this first in a series of white papers (click the image, left, to download a PDF), Dr. Harry Bloom, Measuring Success’ Senior Vice President of Client Solutions, will focus on how Southeastern U.S. schools are faring relative to schools in other regions and share emerging insights from Measuring Success’ field work on how independent schools are using data to enhance their enrollment.

Take a deeper dive to see how your region’s results compared to those of the Southeastern U.S. schools and learn about data driven strategies can help overcome enrollment challenges by downloading the white paper here.

We’ll be sending out additional papers covering the other seven regions in the coming months.