Review of Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board

Page reviewed 2014-05-21



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Top 5 Posts by Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board

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2014-05-12 Safe image.php?d=aqc17i5xmpppxznu&w=154&h=154& 6859 @lonestarcollege: LSC Human Services program trains students for career... 1 0 0
2014-05-13 Safe image.php?d=aqdfldibgaxowvqy&w=154&h=154& Today's #THECB presentations to the House Appropriations Committee a... 0 0 0
2014-05-19 Safe image.php?d=aqawzp7y59xupaur&w=154&h=154& content%2fuploads%2f2014%2f05%2f5 14 duncan med RT @TexasTech: Senator Robert Duncan Named Sole Finalist for Chancellor.... 0 0 0
2014-05-19 Safe image.php?d=aqdfsvsrbd8 2hkf&w=154&h=154& jam%2fimg%2fbg ffffff #THECB Media Alert: The Texas Higher Education Planning Committee will... 0 0 0
2014-05-16 Safe image.php?d=aqatqu4d c9dfla2&w=154&h=154& 9292logo #THECB Proposed and Withdrawn Rules in today's Texas Register. More: 0 0 0