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Early indicators show the decreases are not as severe as predicted
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RICHMOND —The State Council on Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) today released a new analysis on Virginia’s early enrollment estimates, which come from the 64 public and private nonprofit institutions that report data to SCHEV. While the numbers will not be final until November, the estimates reveal a number of surprising insights:
“These estimates are still preliminary and will change before final reports arrive later in the year, but it is safe to say that the situation is not as bad as some feared,” said the report’s author, Tod Massa, SCHEV’s director
of policy analytics.
Read the full report as well as other SCHEV Insights at https://schev.edu/index/reports/insights.
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