Universities in Ohio saw enrollment drop last fall and are likely to see the decline continue. The Akron Beacon Journal says that education studies are predicting that the number of public high school graduates in Ohio will continue to drop over the next decade.
The head of the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio says the question is how much that decline will be in the coming years.
Ohio's public colleges and universities posted an enrollment drop of 6 percent last fall.
An expanding program in clean and renewable energy at the University of Dayton is exceeding enrollment expectations and drawing students from around the world.
The program at UD has swelled to three times the school's expectations for enrollment since it was launched in 2009.
Among its 50 students, the program has three Fulbright scholars - a record for any one program at the university. Fulbright scholars are international students chosen for their academics and leadership potential.
There was quite a meeting of the minds in Gov. John Kasich’s office, as the presidents of many of Ohio’s public universities and community colleges gathered to put forward their ideas on improving Ohio’s public education system. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler reports on their reform plan.
A panel studying ways to boost Ohio's college graduation rate says tuition should be raised on students to out-of-state rates and the state should withhold money from those students' institutions if they're taking too long to graduate.
In a report released Tuesday, the Complete College Ohio Task Force says institutions should tie tuition guarantees to completing on a set schedule, and distribute financial aid like a paycheck to encourage students to work less and take more classes.