Public schools in Texas are ranked and listed on our city pages. While perhaps not raised and educated in Texas, more than 25.20% of state residents hold high school diplomas, with 18.20% having graduated from college and 9.40% completing a postgraduate degree program. Read the articles to learn more about schools and education in Texas.
Programs provide training high-demand, well-paying jobs.
Texas workforce development efforts are built on collaboration and innovation that includes local and state government, businesses, local workforce boards, colleges and even high schools and junior highs.
Private universities in Texas are receiving plenty of accolades from national media.
Four universities have systems in Texas, with several campuses and teaching centers.
Private universities in Texas such as Rice University, Trinity University and Southern Methodist University, are making strong advances in research.
The University of Texas, Texas A&M and the University of Houston are world-class institutions, not only educating students, but also conducting billions of dollars worth of research that helps spawn new businesses.
Texas small business, population 386,000, is big and getting bigger.
Higher education keeps Texas commerce, research thriving.
San Marcos is a textbook college town