By Aimee Hosler, Reporter
Some say everything is bigger in Texas, and based on the size of its economy alone, that proverb is difficult to dispute: In 2011, The Economist reported that if Texas were its own nation, its GDP would rival all of Russia.
According to the Lumina Foundation, if the Lone Star state - which ranked 39th nationally in educational attainment in 2010 - wants to keep up with workforce demand (and maintain its economic prowess), it needs to turn out more college-educated workers by the year 2025. Texas community colleges and the practical, career-ready skills they can provide may be a help in the critical part of this equation.
These 10 notable Texas community colleges are doing their part ...
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