Category: News

19

Jan2019
Perhaps the most notable shakeup came for state Sen. Kel Seliger, an Amarillo Republican who has sometimes found himself at odds with the lieutenant governor over his more moderate views. Read More

07

Jan2019
With deep sadness, the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) announces the passing of its Executive Director Larry Temple, who died Saturday morning at the age of 66. Read More

07

Jan2019
The lack of workers is one of manufacturing's most dire situations. The good news is 2019 will be a year the industry attacks it head on. Read More

07

Jan2019
For a state that boasts top tier rankings in other areas like business climate, we can do better in the area of talent development. Read More

31

Dec2018
The latest news, success stories and informational resources in the world of workforce. Read More

24

Dec2018
As stakeholders and providers in the field of early education and child care in Texas, we support efforts to promote, support and sustain quality child care programs and to help parents understand what quality programs look like, and how to find and access the right program. Read More

24

Dec2018
To help reduce crowded classrooms, to expand arts, science and technology offerings, and to attract and retain high-quality teachers, lawmakers should boost the state’s contribution to public schools. Read More

23

Dec2018
State has experienced 29 consecutive months of employment growth. Read More

22

Dec2018
As Inside Higher Ed reports, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos recently outlined her priorities for reforming the nation's higher education system. Read More

21

Dec2018
President Trump signed into law Thursday an $867 billion farm bill that provides billions in aid to U.S. farmers while rejecting deep cuts to the federal food stamp programs sought by some House Republicans. Read More

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