"A handful of schools have taken similar steps to boost female enrollment by creating personal networks to recruit women, changing classroom-time requirements and adding more outreach staff," the WSJ article says. "But while interest in part-time, fast-track degrees geared toward professionals with 10 or more years' experience has risen in recent years, many schools say they still have work to do to attract more women."
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