Education Planning Adult Education Programs Thesis

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A better case scenario would be to lower the prices on the programs that are hard for students to afford, in an attempt to gain larger enrollments, thus fill the classes, and still make a profit. Another solution would be to offer scholarships or some sort of funding, through donations and grants, to help offset the costs for students who are less able to pay for certain programs. Instead of raising the price on the big-ticket programs, try to keep costs down in other ways, such as bringing in free speakers and other elements that keep the costs down, so they are able to offer programs that meet the educations needs of the students but still turn a profit for the institution. Another idea would be to produce more big-ticket programs that appeal to a broader audience, so they produce more of a profit without raising prices, which would help fund the other programs, as well.

References

Brockett, Ralph G. And Hiemstra, Roger. "Philosophical and Ethical Considerations." 115-131.

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Brockett, Ralph G. And Hiemstra, Roger. "Philosophical and Ethical Considerations." 115-131.

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