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The New York Times: Universities Rethinking Their Use of Massive Online Courses

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By: Reeve Hamilton | October 17, 2014 AUSTIN — In Texas political circles, massive open online courses — commonly known as MOOCs — have enjoyed a resurgence. Officials have praised the typically free college classes, available to anyone with Internet access, as a crucial component in the future of higher education. Last month, Greg Abbott, the […]

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The New York Times: Students Not Always Drawn to Fixed-Rate Tuition

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By: Reeve Hamilton | October 4, 2014 This fall semester, for the first time, all public universities in Texas were required to offer incoming students the option of a payment plan that fixed their tuition at a particular rate for four years, alleviating the uncertainty of variable annual increases. The measure sought to address concerns that […]

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Smitherman: A Vote For Dan Branch is a Vote for Competence, Integrity and Conservatism

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A Vote For Dan Branch is a Vote for Competence, Integrity and Conservatism Dan Branch is the right lawyer—and the right leader—to succeed Attorney General Greg Abbott. Dan Branch offers a three-decade record of excellence as a practicing attorney and, as a conservative lawmaker in the Texas Legislature, has advanced countless limited government solutions for […]

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6 More Republican Sheriffs Endorse Dan Branch for Attorney General

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AUSTIN —  Today, South Texas Coastal Sheriff’s Alliance President and Victoria County Sheriff T. Michael O’Connor, along with Sheriffs Stan Parker (Howard County), Sam Jones (Andrews County), Don Copeland (Gray County), Garrett Davis (Briscoe County) and Chad Miller (Concho County) endorsed Dan Branch for Texas Attorney General in the May 27th Republican Primary Runoff. In recent […]

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