Research reveals that admission leaders, responsible for up to 90% of institutional operating revenue, have little impact on critical market-based leadership decisions.
The independent school community is no stranger to the formation of strategic alliances, which leverage the collective power of schools.
As the U.S. economy limps forward, school leaders are realizing that tuition revenue alone cannot sustain their institutions. 
Maintaining a comfort level with a decline in acceptance rates and a higher frequency of incomplete applications appears to be admission’s “new normal.”
Current education discourse is focused squarely on assessment – its quantity, its quality, and its efficacy.
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