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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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