How HR Outsourcing Can Help Private Schools

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How HR Outsourcing Can Help  Private Schools

Across the United States, private schools are reporting rising enrollment rates. According to the Cato Institute, between the 2022-2023 and 2023-2024 academic years, 46% of US private schools saw enrollment increase, with the number of enrolled students rising by about five per school this year. Most schools are also reporting a significant rise in the number of applications, and in some cases, more applications than available seats. The growing number of students could be both a blessing and a curse for these schools. Unlike public schools, which receive local, state, and federal funding, private schools rely on tuition, gifts, and other funding sources to cover operational expenses. Thus, finding the right HR support for schools is one approach private schools can leverage to control costs.