Since 2000, Texas has opened the doors of college for 540,000 more students, to include doubling enrollments for Hispanics and African Americans. Annual postsecondary credentials have increased by 61%, with postsecondary attainment for Hispanics and African Americans at historic levels. And Texas universities were responsible for more than $3.75 billion in research and development expenditures in 2011. Few states can match these accomplishments. But our competitors are not standing still. Texas is getting better, but not fast enough to be a leader in the global economy.
|Issues of Current Interest|
|06/15/2015||Learning Technology Advisory Committee (LTAC) Meeting|
|06/24/2015||Committee on Affordability, Accountability and Planning (CAAP)|
|06/24/2015||Committee on Academic and Workforce Success (CAWS)|
|06/25/2015||Financial Aid Advisory Committee|
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