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Unformatted text preview: stitutions were flat or lower in 2011, and given changing regulatory and accreditation environments,
growth will be modest at best for the next several
years. Additionally, the private K-12 sector saw
reduced enrollments in the fall of 2007 and 2009,
with the pattern repeating in 2011. This leads to
a modest growth forecast for 2012 in the private
educational services subsector of an additional
1,500 jobs to end 2012 at 34,800. The state’s private postsecondary institutions
account for approximately one-third of all postsecondary enrollments, and the largest employers in
the private education services subsector come from
this group. Among the largest private nonprofit
schools are the University of Denver, Regis College,
and Colorado College. The University of Phoenix
remains the largest for-profit institution.
The for-profit sector has been the fastest-growing
group in the education sector. Contributions to
Colorado’s employment growth have come from
many schools, including Arizona-based University
of Phoenix, which has locations in Colorado; Jones
International University, a 100% online university
founded and based in Colorado; and the recent
newcomer to Colorado, Bridgepoint Education’s
The employment growth in the priv...
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2013 for the course MGMT 231 taught by Professor Yu during the Spring '13 term at Bauder.
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