The proposed budgets working their way through the House and Senate spending committees would add substantially to funding initially penciled in for the state’s main student financial aid program.
But prospects for a top priority of Gov. Rick Perry’s — making 10 percent of base funding for universities contingent on graduation rates and other so-called student outcomes — are uncertain.
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