The latest edition of the CRA Taulbee Report has just been released, and it shows that enrollments in computer science, which is one part of the larger information technology educational ecosystem, are increasing. The CRA's official press release is available here, with comments from yours truly. Moreover, John Markoff did a story for the NY Times. To be sure, there are deep issues tied to the economy, the sociology of computing, diversity and inclusion in computing, and enabling innovation and discovery. Still, this is encouraging news.
By the way, the survey is named after Orrin E. Taulbee, University of Pittsburgh, who conducted these surveys from 1974-1984 for the Computer Science Board (the predecessor organization to the Computing Research Association).