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Workforce Skills Development

-Not all high school students will need or want to attend institutions of higher education; some will proceed straight into their careers after graduating. It is important to determine the policies that will best allow students to pursue such options.
-Our dynamic economy continues to change within the lifetimes of working Texans. Where Texans in later life no longer find their careers productive, Texas must consider what policies will best prepare individuals for later-life career transitions and skills training.
-The state’s higher education and community college system must continue to pursue academic excellence and work with the business community to ensure that the needs of the state’s employers are met.

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