Texas public policy foundation
Consolidating the Revolution
 
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In 2011, Texas Governor Perry challenged universities to craft what came to be called “$10,000 degrees.” The Texas Affordable Baccalaureate program best incorporates the means specified by the governor and could serve as a model for the country. For the first time, the college affordability debate is focusing on how schools themselves can lower their prices, rather than how taxpayers can come up with more money to subsidize public higher education

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