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2012 October 29 - 12:00 am
Slowing enrollment at Ivy Tech and other community colleges across the nation is fueling worries that efforts to increase the number of adults with college degrees will falter at a time when the economy and businesses most need a skilled workforce.
2012 October 29 - 12:00 am
A preliminary report released by the Ohio Board of Regents shows that enrollment has dropped 5.9 percent since last year. The decline of more than 31,000 students at the state’s 61 public universities and colleges was expected — but it still hurt some financially and forced the layoff of 23 people at one community college.

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