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Education: Latest Work
One of the biggest challenges facing the Texas economy is the lack of career and college readiness for adults and K-12 students. To increase postsecondary access and success, Texas must build a more durable pipeline across our educational and workforce systems to prepare Texans for the jobs of today and tomorrow.

JUL
13
Texas Has a GED Problem: Alternative Paths
to High School Equivalency
Updated July 16, 2015
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APR
30

Testimony: HB 4, Pre-K, Senate Education
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APR
29

Testimony: HB 1502, Affordable Baccalaureate Program, House Higher Education
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FEB
16
School Finance Made Easy
Part 1: Educational Instruction and Operation
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FEB
11
In-State Tuition for Non-Citizen Resident Texans: What You Need to Know ENGLISH VERSION
SPANISH VERSION
MAR
13
Beyond the Campus: Connecting Community College Students to Meaningful Employment READ MORE
2014
APR
15
Testimony: Texas' Next Master Plan for Higher Education READ MORE
APR
14
New Study Points to Promising Classroom Financial Education Strategy AMARILLO REPORT
RESEARCH BRIEF
FULL REPORT
2013
AUG
26
Enhanced Out-of-School Engagement for Students READ MORE
AUG
22
Sizing Up The Texas Budget: Public Education
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APR
24
Open Letter to State Budget Conferees READ MORE
APR
04
School Finance and the Budget
 
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FEB
05
Maximizing Access to College for Immigrant Children Builds the Texas Economy
 
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2012
OCT
19
Testimony: Texas' Master Plan for Higher Education
 
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