Back to School: Enrollment Trends Across Public Finance

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As fall enrollment commences across educational institutions, we will discuss various factors driving enrollment patterns across higher education, public K-12 and charter schools. Further, we will discuss how these trends are factoring into credit quality.

  • Factors that impact enrollment forecasts
  • The ability and willingness of colleges and universities to adjust academic offerings will become increasingly important
  • Rising international enrollment benefits higher education globally, but risks remain
  • Regional variations in enrollment lead to mixed operating environments for US school districts
  • Proliferation of charter schools in the decade leading up to the pandemic fostered a highly challenging environment for K-12 schools
  • Speakers keyboard_arrow_down
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    Michael Osborn Vice President – Senior Credit Officer, Higher Education and Nonprofits - Public Finance Group Moody's Investors Service Bio
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    Debra Roane VP-Senior Credit Officer Moody's Investors Service Bio
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    Gregory Sobel Assistant Vice President - Analyst Moody's Ratings Bio
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    Kenneth Surgenor AVP-Analyst Moody's Investors Service Bio

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