Private schools adjusting tuition policies in effort to diversify enrollments

INCLUSIVE APPROACH: Noni Thomas López, head of school at the Gordon School in East Providence, says the school is founded on the idea of inclusivity, which is why it has launched a new individualized tuition payment program for families this year in order to diversify its student population.
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DAVID HANSEN
INCLUSIVE APPROACH: Noni Thomas López, head of school at the Gordon School in East Providence, says the school is founded on the idea of inclusivity, which is why it has launched a new individualized tuition payment program for families this year in order to diversify its student population.
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DAVID HANSEN
Gordon School and other independent schools that have re-examined their tuition policies in recent years have reached a similar conclusion. If they want to diversify the enrollment, they can’t expect a family that earns $80,000 and has limited assets to pay the same tuition as one with $200,000 in annual income and a home worth…
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