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To show welding in technical school
It’s almost spring. High school seniors around the country have begun narrowing down their choices for a post-secondary education and are preparing for the next stage in their lives. It also happens to be Career and Technical Education Month, a fantastic time for postsecondary CTE schools to market themselves to new prospective students.
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To show digital marketing
The facts are startling. This year alone, nearly $600 billion will be spent on digital advertising. And by 2032, just 8 short years from now, that figure is expected to surpass $1.25 trillion.
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To show a female welder in trade school
A recent study from the Educational Data Initiative (EDI) has revealed some alarming facts about college students. Up to 32.9% of undergraduate students do not complete their degrees, with nearly a quarter of first-year students at four-year institutions dropping out within their first 12 months.
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To show college education
In the year prior to the pandemic, the percentage of recent high school graduates who enrolled in college was a fairly robust 66.2%. Although total enrollment has been on the decline for over a decade, this figure was still relatively strong.
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The long-running feud between Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk has reached a boiling point. So much so that the duo has teased the world with a potential MMA cage fight.
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To show graduate, soon to be alumni
In the world of sales and marketing, your best customers are the ones you already have. For institutions of higher education, this means your alumni. While your graduates will not likely re-enroll (unless it’s for an advanced degree or additional course continuation), they are an invaluable resource you should be leveraging to motivate new potential...
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To show adult learning
Recent data released by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center show spring semester enrollments, across all sectors of higher ed, were flat compared to spring 2022. However, some institutions fared better than others.
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