News 2010 Archive

Generation TX

Mayor Daniel Guerrero issues a proclamation to launch Generation TX as part of a statewide initiative to put higher education within the grasp of students and their families. Sponsored by More…

Generation Texas Students Learn About The Future

A group of young students were at Lamar University trying to shape their future. It’s called Kids College, Generation TX and around 250 7th and 8th graders participated Saturday.

South Plains Generation TX Student Conference Highlights

Generation TX pilot program takes flight

Edison High School is participating in the launch of Generation TX, a program of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board that encourages high school students to attend college and pursue More…

Perry, TCC leaders, students launch state education website

Gov. Rick Perry and other state and local leaders gathered on South Campus Oct. 20 to help launch a social media website that clarifies the steps of going to college, More…

Generation TX

Change is in the air. As we eagerly await the beautiful fall weather to relieve us from the intense Texas summer heat, we embrace the changes taking place here at More…

College-going campaign launches website

Today Texas rolls out the website for its Generation TX campaign, a grassroots social movement to sow a college-going and career-ready culture across the state. The website will serve as campaign’s More…

Texas launches social media website to help college students

FORT WORTH — Now young Texans can go grassroots in their search for scholarships, financial aid and majors in a familiar place — the Internet. GenTx.org, a social media clearinghouse, More…

Gov. Perry Promotes Higher Education Opportunities at GenTX.org Launch Wednesday, October 20, 2021 |

Gov. Rick Perry today touted Texas’ efforts to ensure young Texans graduate either college- or career-ready, and have access to the resources they need to pursue higher education opportunities. The More…

Education Leaders Prepare “Generation TX” for Launch

The future of the state’s workforce may depend on getting Texans to feel as committed to higher education as they are the fight against cancer. At least, that’s what the More…