From the recent low of 564,766 in the 2005-2006 academic year, enrollment has risen sharply.
Years later, though, the study closed down, citing "enrollment challenges," after only two patients signed on.
The company calls them “enrollment advisers,” many of whom are veterans themselves.
enrollment at many schools shrank, and the district is still plagued by a 40 percent high-school dropout rate.
From an atrocious starting point, enrollment on HealthCare.gov is essentially quadrupling.
The present enrollment includes 2,000 students representing every state in the Union and many foreign countries.
The Sabbath school had an enrollment of 112 and an average attendance of 52.
The local boards at once organized for the examination and enrollment of the men called.
The average attendance in 1902 reached nearly 83 per cent of the enrollment.
The percentage of enrollment represented in the attendance on a typical Sunday varies from 66.7 per cent.