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Video: Rick Perry on Higher Education

At a Thursday morning press conference, Gov. Rick Perry discussed his priorities on higher education, including a four-year tuition freeze, $10,000 degrees and outcomes-based funding.

On Thursday morning, Gov. Rick Perry held a press conference to announce the release of the inaugural Texas Public Higher Education Almanac, which provides easy-to-read data on all public institutions of higher learning. With him were Texas Higher Education Commissioner Raymund Paredes, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Chairman Fred Heldenfels, and House Higher Education Chairman Dan Branch, R-Dallas. The governor spoke to his priorities on higher education, including a four-year tuition freeze, $10,000 degrees, and outcomes-based funding.

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