Career College Enrollment Growth Begins To Moderate

August 2010
Educational Marketer;8/30/2010, Vol. 41 Issue 17, p7
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the moderation in career college enrollment growth rates in the U.S. It notes that growth rates continue to be crucial and health-related areas remain to be the key drivers of such growth. A chart is presented depicting for profit career colleges in the country including Kaplan Higher Education Corp., Lincoln Educational Services Corp., and Career Education Corp.


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