Texas business leaders came out forcefully Wednesday in support of a proposal to link 10 percent of state funding for public colleges and universities to their graduation rates and other measures of student success.
Nothing less than the future workforce of the state is at stake, said Bill Hammond, president and CEO of the Texas Association of Business, the state’s largest business group.
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