The 2017 Progress Report is the second to be issued since 60x30TX was adopted. In addition to providing progress data, it also highlights activities and initiatives that support the plan’s strategies.
This interim report provides Texas policymakers and stakeholders with an initial perspective on the accessibility, diversity, quality, and efficiency of dual credit education programs in Texas. It also proposes areas to investigate in the second phase of the study.
This study assesses Texas’s need to expand graduate degree production. It does so by looking at evidence from labor market data, comparisons with other states, and discussions with institution and system leaders.
This report provides an update on interventions that support college readiness for underprepared students, including high school college preparatory courses as a way to help students achieve college readiness prior to higher education enrollment. The report also includes recommendations to help ensure Texas’s vision for developmental education is realized.
This joint report from the Tri-Agency Workforce Initiative, spearheaded by the Commissioners of the Texas Education Agency (TEA), the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB), and the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), examines the links between education and industry. It also provides recommendations to ensure Texas’s economic prosperity.
60x30TX Progress Report provides updated plan data and establishes a baseline for moving forward. Most data presented here are from Coordinating Board sources, except for the overarching 60x30 goal, which relies primarily on data from the U.S. Census.