Texas Ed: Comments on Education from Texas

February 8, 2007

TEXAS Grants for graduates of any Texas High School

Filed under: Homeschooling, Legislature — texased @ 6:04 pm

80(R) HB 1250 – Introduced version – Bill Text:

A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT relating to prohibiting discrimination based on a student’s secondary school in awarding certain financial aid for higher education.
�������BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS: �������SECTION�1.��Section 56.304(a), Education Code, is amended to read as follows:
�������(a)��To be eligible initially for a TEXAS grant, a person must:
�������������(1)��be a resident of this state as determined by coordinating board rules;
�������������(2)��meet either of the following academic requirements:
�������������������(A)��be a graduate of a public or [accredited] private high school in this state who graduated not earlier than the 1998-1999 school year and who completed the recommended or advanced high school curriculum established under Section [28.002 or] 28.025 or its equivalent; or

If a person meets all has met all other college admissions requirements, does it matter if she went to an unaccredited private school?


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