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From: Thomas Lindsay
To: Rep. Barlow, S.,
Subject: Pricing Revolution: Texas Expands Its Affordable Bachelor's Degree Program
Date: 2016-02-04T01:30:21Z
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Dr. Tom LindsayPricing Revolution: Texas Expands Its Affordable Bachelor's Degree Program

"Note well that the governor did not ask that the price for the new degrees total no more than $10,000 for only one academic year, but rather, for the full four years of a bachelor’s degree program." Click here to read more.

Neal McCluskeyHeard On the "Grapevine": Expenditures Are Rising. Will We Stop Hearing About Cheap States?

"After all, while there is likely some truth to the idea that public institutions up their prices to recoup lost state and local revenue, we have good data showing that those schools tend to raise their prices in both flush and flimsy funding times." Click here to read more.
George LeefA Setback for the Faculty Unionization Movement

“A recent administrative ruling, however, has faculty unionization advocates in despair because it keeps in place legal obstacles to unionization at private schools with a religious affiliation." Click here to read more.
Jonathan ButcherDetails, Details

"Tennesseans are debating the efficacy of a K-12 school voucher bill that would allow 5,000 children attending failing schools (most of which are located in and around Nashville and Memphis) to choose a private school." Click here to read more.
Peter HassonThe Return of State-Sanctioned Segregation

"ScHOLA²RS House, which stands for 'Scholastic House Of Leaders who are African American Researchers and Scholars' according to the university website, is 'a Learning Community designed to support the scholastic efforts of male students who identify as African American/Black through academic and social/emotional support.'" Click here to read more.

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