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SB 25, 86th Regular Session
Relating to measures to facilitate the transfer, academic progress, and timely graduation of students in public higher education.
Related legislative committee charges
Senate Higher Education,
Monitoring: Monitor the implementation of legislation addressed by the Senate Committee on Higher Education passed by the 86th Legislature, as well as relevant agencies and programs under the committee's jurisdiction. Specifically, make recommendations for any legislation needed to improve, enhance, or complete implementation of the following:
- SB 16, 86th Legislature, Regular Session, relating to a student loan repayment assistance program for certain full-time peace officers in this state;
- SB 25, 86th Legislature, Regular Session, relating to measures to facilitate the transfer, academic progress, and timely graduation of students in higher education;
- SB 1757, 86th Legislature, Regular Session, relating to student loan repayment assistance under the math and science scholars loan repayment program. Examine other methods and make recommendations to promote and expand teaching as a profession in Texas;
- HB 3808, 86th Legislature, Regular Session, relating to measures to facilitate the timely graduation of an attainment of marketable skills by students in public higher education. Consider and recommend methods to increase work-study and apprenticeship programs throughout the state; and
- SB 810 (85th Legislature), relating to open educational resources. Report on the effectiveness of the Open Educational Resource Grant Program on college textbook affordability.
No other legislative committee charges specifically mention SB 25, 86th R.S.
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