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With college enrollment down by more than 1 million students since the start of the pandemic, national higher education reporter at the Washington Post, Danielle Douglas-Gabriel discusses possible causes for the dip and its disproportionate impacts including the allure of a job-seeker's market, concern over COVID and family obligations like childcare.  Plus, an overview of a related high-profile higher education lawsuit alleging that some schools artificially inflate tuition costs despite large endowments. 
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