Monthly Archives: December 2010

CenTex College Application Submission Rates Up YTD

Forty-two percent of the Central Texas Graduating Class of 2011 has submitted an application to a Texas University or Blinn Community College for the 2011-2012 school year through December 17th, based upon aggregated data provided by the Texas Higher Education … Continue reading

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Chamber Asks Congress to Protect Federal Financial Aid

In an effort to advance regional talent development and direct-to-college enrollment, the Austin Chamber sent a letter of support asking U.S. Congressional delegates to reauthorize the American Opportunity Tax Credit (AOTC or ‘Doggett Tax Credit’) and fully fund the Pell … Continue reading

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Shanghai, International Comparisons, Lessons for Texas

Drew Scheberle, Chamber Sr. Vice President, recently returned from China as part of an educational exchange with People’s Republic of China, organized through Texas A&M University at College Station. Last week, 15 year old Shanghai students scored far ahead of … Continue reading

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The Numbers on Hubei Province Education

Drew Scheberle, Chamber Sr. Vice President, is currently one of 14 delegates to China as part of an educational exchange with People’s Republic of China, organized through Texas A&M University at College Station. And no, China won’t keep him… Wuhan, … Continue reading

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Major trends in Chinese Education

Drew Scheberle, Chamber Sr. Vice President, is currently one of 14 delegates to China as part of an educational exchange with People’s Republic of China, organized through Texas A&M University at College Station. And no, China won’t keep him… Beijing, … Continue reading

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