enrollment

[ US /ɛnˈɹoʊɫmənt/ ]
[ UK /ɛnɹˈə‍ʊlmənt/ ]
NOUN
  1. the act of enrolling
  2. the body of people (such as students) who register or enroll at the same time
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How To Use enrollment In A Sentence

  • Middle school enrollments will peak this year.
  • And another big one, of course, is the growing number of people who have no family doctor and no hope of getting one, either, because years ago the government (composed of people who NEVER make any mistakes) decided there were too many doctors and limited enrollment in med schools across the country. ProWomanProLife » Abortion politics in the USA
  • Perhaps the most ecumenically minded Catholic independent schools are the twenty-one members of the Network of Sacred Heart Schools, and many Jesuit schools also have substantial non-Catholic enrollments.
  • But then the county redrew school boundaries and moved sixth-graders to local middle schools, lowering enrollment projections and eliminating the justification to build the new school. Bowie schools will remain open
  • The district has "reconfigured" a number of schools and relocated programs to address declining enrollment, cope with state budget cuts and offer greater educational opportunities in the 220-square-mile district. azcentral.com | news
  • This economic reality has boosted college enrollments despite the financial difficulties.
  • One of the fastest growing areas of scouting, last year the program experienced a 17% growth in youth enrollment.
  • To be clear, women, regardless of race, are outstripping men in college enrollment and graduation.
  • The intent is to steer these students toward enrollment despite the regents' desire for a color-blind admissions policy.
  • The international community's historic commitment to slash worldwide poverty in half by 2015 -- known collectively as the Millennium Development Goals -- has resulted in real advances: Primary school enrollment is up, new cases of preventable diseases are down, and millions of people have climbed out of extreme poverty. Martti Ahtisaari: World Leaders Must Address Global Youth Employment Crisis
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