Total enrollment at U.S. journalism schools has dropped two years in a row

Total enrollment in the nation’s journalism schools has dropped, research from the University of Georgia shows, triggering a variety of responses from the schools and raising questions about the future of journalism education. Researchers don’t have enough data to know if this represents the start of a trend, but they think the recent declines may have been triggered by negative publicity about layoffs in the news industry.

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