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High school grads want job skills next, survey shows

That report comes at a time when other research is showing, however, that declining community college enrollment may continue, according to Inside Higher Education, which quotes a researcher as saying that two-year schools have a “major problem coming very fast.” It refers to data from the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, which projects the number of high school graduates will remain flat with a slight increase until 2025 when it will drop from about 3.5 million graduates per year to about 3 million.

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