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Generation TX aims to put more Texas students in college

Two years ago, only 56 percent of high school graduates in Texas enrolled in higher education. There is now a group called Generation Texas that hopes to help that number grow. Dr. More…

GenTX Day is Friday May 4th, 2012

In 2000, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) launched Closing the Gaps by 2015 to expand access, increase postsecondary completions, facilitate more research, and improve quality at Texas institutions More…

May 4 is GenTX Day: Wear your college T-shirt to salute college-bound students!

Tens of thousands of Texans will show their support for the state’s college-bound students by wearing their college T-shirts on Friday, May 4, the state’s second annual GenTX Day. “We More…

Generation TX ayuda a estudiantes de bajos recursos con la universidad

Generation TX Day

Friday, May 4, is Generation TX Day, which celebrates and congratulates the students of Generation TX, especially graduating seniors. As students take their next steps toward realizing their futures, communities More…

Wear a College Shirt on GenTX Day May 4

SPRING, Texas (April 26, 2022) – Spring ISD will be participating in GenTX Day Friday, May 4 by inviting staff, students, parents and community members to wear a college T-shirt More…

College T-shirts Send Statewide Message On GenTX Day, May 4th

On Friday, May 4th, Communities across Texas wear college T-shirts to support students’ college and career goals AUSTIN, Texas, April 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — On Friday, May 4th, Generation TX (pronounced More…

Goal of second annual GenTX Day to encourage students to find a college that fits them to a ‘T’

P-16 Council hopes to promote awareness through college T-shirts The hope, according to Generation Texas officials, is for students across the state to go to school on May 4 and More…

Look Around Lubbock: “GenTX” gears up for college day

FOX 34’s Nicole Garza gets the low down on the program that works to promote higher education amongst high school students. “GenTX” gears up for college day