Higher Ed Coordinating Board Releases New Almanac

Texas higher education officials released the state's second annual higher education almanac on Tuesday, a publication designed to provide easily digestible information on every public college and university in the state, including average tuition and fees, students' average time to degree, and breakdowns on revenues and expenditures.

Gov. Rick Perry also called on the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to follow up with colleges and universities to see how they are implementing cost efficiency measures he first raised in an executive order in 2009. Those include items such as "course redesign to improve quality and reduce instructional costs for ...

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