Catholic Schools Use Outreach and Subsidies to Stem Enrollment Losses | Nonprofit Quarterly: "Omaha’s Catholic schools have a new twist on nonprofit volunteer and stakeholder outreach—engaging parents of current students as “ambassadors” to help recruit new students. The effort is necessary because student enrollment in archdiocese schools is down 13 percent since 1998, dropping from 22,080 to 19,277 in 2015. Five Omaha-area grade schools have closed in the last 10 years. Family tradition still brings in students, but more proactive recruiting is needed to stem these student losses and fill classrooms."
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