Category: News

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Nov2020
The Tri-Agency Workforce Initiative, a joint endeavor among the Commissioners of the Texas Education Agency (TEA), the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB), and the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), today released its latest report to Gov. Greg Abbott. Read more.

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Nov2020
The Texas flagship university is seeing an increase in low-income enrollment at a time when many higher education experts are worried that the most vulnerable students are putting their educations on hold. Read more.

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Nov2020
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) includes China, Japan, South Korea, New Zealand, Australia, and 10 Southeast Asian economies. It’s the world's largest in terms of the amount of gross product covered, slightly above the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) according to most estimates. Read more.

19

Nov2020
This week, election officials certified the passage of three ballot measures that will help the nation’s seventh largest city provide cutting-edge job training, public transportation to their new jobs and quality pre-kindergarten programs for their kids. Read more.

19

Nov2020
The state will use $420 million in CARES Act funding to reimburse Texas school districts for laptops and mobile wifi hotspots they purchased to help students with remote learning, Gov. Greg Abbott announced Wednesday. Read more.

18

Nov2020
The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) announced today that S&B Engineers and Constructors, Doctors Hospital at Renaissance and Amazon are the finalists for the 2020 Texas Workforce Solutions Large Employer of the Year Award. Computer Crusher Recycling Company, Hobbs Bonded Fibers and Research & Advanced Methods Industries are the ... Read More

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Nov2020
It’s more apparent than ever that the people of the Permian Basin need to take bold action — especially in areas such as education and workforce, broadband access, and health care — to reclaim our past prosperity and extend it into the future. Read more.

14

Nov2020
As Tesla continues construction of its $1.1 billion Austin manufacturing facility, the automaker is taking steps to take advantage of the talent pool that helped draw it to Central Texas in the first place. Read more.

13

Nov2020
Program Will Increase Worker Training in High-Demand Field. Read more.

06

Nov2020
The state isn't showing that it is ensuring students with disabilities, especially those with dyslexia, are getting the extra help they need, federal education officials said, echoing findings from a 2018 investigation. Read more.

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