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Discrimination Complaint Argues That the U. of Texas at Austin Considers Race Unnecessarily ; Published in The Chronicle of Higher Education, July 24, 2007.  

Provocative Theory on Merit ; Published in Inside Higher Ed, July 18, 2007.  

10 Percent Plan Survives in Texas ; Published in Inside Higher Ed, May 29, 2007.  

Texas House Scuttles Legislation That Would Have Capped Admissions Under Top-10% Law ; Published in the Chronicle of Higher Education, May 29, 2007.  

Don't mess with college 'Top 10 Percent' plan ; Published in Houston Chronicle, April 29, 2007.  

Cap on top 10% law clears House panel Bill's limits on college admissions vary from those in Senate plan ; Published in Dallas Morning News, May 15, 2007.  

Senate Passes Top 10 Percent Compromise
New plan comes complete with tuition scholarship program.; Published in Quorum Report, May 4, 2007.
 

UT calls for limiting top 10 percent admissions
A cap on 1997 law would make it easier to boost racial and ethnic diversity, Powers tells lawmakers.; Published in the Austin American-Statesman, February 27, 2007.
 

Editorial: Ensure diversity by admitting top 10% graduates to college; Published in the Detroit News, February 6, 2007.  

"Perry Plan Adds $1.7 billion for Higher Education." Published in the Houston Chronicle, February 2, 2007.

"Adjusting a Formula Devised for Diversity" Published in The New York Times, December 13, 2006.

"Issues of Access and Affordability Highlighted at Higher Education Conference." Published in Diverse, October 5, 2006.

"Going Beyond 10%." Published by InsideHigherEd.com, September 18, 2006.

"Educating Growing Latino Population Critical To Texas' Future, Experts Say." Published in the Houston Chronicle, September 3, 2006.

"State to Require More of Grads" Published in the Dallas Morning News, July 16, 2006.

"Commission Proposes Federal Tracking of Students to Improve Colleges' Accountability" Published in the Gainesville Sun, July 13, 2006.

"HCC Honors College Will Cater to the Best" Published in the Houston Chronicle, July 8, 2006.

"UTSA Has New Tactics to Boost Its Grad Rates" Published in the San Antonio Express-News, June 15, 2006.

"School Integration to Go to High Court" Published in the San Antonio Express-News, June 06, 2006.

"Students Go the Extra Mile for College Acceptance" Published in the Houston Chronicle, June 5, 2006.

"Encouragement Key in Students' Education Treks" Published in the San Antonio Express-News, May 21, 2006.

"Study Undermines Argument Against Race-Sensitive Admissions" Published in Recruitment and Retention in Higher Education, April 2006.

"Education Gaps Among US Hispanics Stagnating Economic Progress" Published in DiverseEducation.com, March 23, 2006

"High Schools May Pay for College Gap" Published by the San Antonio Express-News, February 23, 2006

"UT Plans to Lift Rate, Number of Graduates" Published by the Houston Chronicle, February 10, 2006

"Push Now is on to Make 4 Year Colleges Just That" Published by the San Antonio Express-News. February 10, 2006

"Our Opinion: Diversity Plan Misses the Mark" Published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, February 5, 2006

"Increasing Number of Hispanics Completing Higher Education" Published by the Associated Press, January 27, 2006

"First-Year Report" Published by the Houston Chronicle, January 16, 2006

"Challenge at UH" Published by the Houston Chronicle, December 11, 2005

"Next UT Chief Lays Out Lofty Goals" Published by the Austin-American Statesman, November 18, 2005

"College Ethnic Gaps May Hit Economy, Report Says" Published by Fort Worth Star-Telegram, November 9, 2005

"Making Grade in U.S. Schools" Published by the Los Angeles Times, November 2, 2005 View PDF

"Diversity changes face of education" Published by the Star-Telegram, October 30, 2005 View PDF

"UT-Austin: State of the University Address" by President Faulkner, September 14, 2005 View PDF

"Transfer students Flock to Austin" Published by The Star-Telegram, August 30, 2005 View PDF

"Faulkner to step down as UT president" Published by The Dallas Morning News, June 29, 2005 View PDF

"Daily Texan Interview with Faulkner" Published by The Daily Texan, June 29, 2005 View PDF

"UT-Austin re-rnacts affirmative action to boost diversity" Published by Shorthorn Online, June 16, 2005 View PDF

"The Decline of Affirmative Action" Published by InsideHigherEd.com, June 7, 2005 View PDF

"For now, top 10% law will stay as is" Published by the American-Statesman staff, May 26, 2005 View PDF

"Change in top 10% law unlikely" Published by Star-telegram, May 22, 2005 View PDF

"Texas and the 10% Plan" Published by InsideHigherEd.com, May 13, 2005 View PDF

"House bill would cap automatic university admissions" Published by the Associated Press, May 11, 2005 View PDF

"Tougher Classes Required Under Senate's Top 10 Percent Bill" Published by the Associated Press, May 6, 2005 View PDF

"College Top 10% Law is Targeted" Published by the Dallas Morning News, May 2, 2005 View PDF

"Class-Rank Plan Faces Trouble in Texas" Published by the Chronicle of Higher Education, April 22, 2005 View PDF

"Faulkner argues for altering top 10% law" Published by the Austin-American Statesman, March 31, 2005 View PDF

"Lawmakers debate university admissions law" Published by the Associated Press, March 30, 2005 View PDF

"Tough fight shaping up on state college admission law" Published by the Austin-American Statesman, March 30, 2005 View PDF

"Top 10% law vital for UT" Published by The Daily Texan, March 28, 2005 View PDF

"Laycock: On top 10-percent law, let's alter it, not toss it" Published by the Austin-American Statesman, March 23, 2005 View PDF

"Battle lines forming on college admission law" Published by the Austin-American Statesman, February 9, 2005 View PDF

"The Texas Top Ten Percent Rule: Bad Policy, Good Politics" Published by the Austin Review, July 9, 2004 View PDF

"Keep Admissions Rule" Published by USA Today, July 6, 2004 View PDF

"Senate reviews effectiveness of ‘Top 10' Law; UT officials call for cap" Published by Austin-American Statesman, June 25, 2004 View PDF

"Texas lawmakers are urged to supplement 10-percent admissions policy with action" Published by the Chronicle of Higher Education, June, 25, 2004 View PDF

"Universities urge cap to top 10 percent rule schools want flexibility in admissions" Published by Corpus Christi Caller-Times, June 25, 2004 View PDF

"U. Texas-Austin: Hearing weighs merits of Texas top 10 rule" Published by The Daily Texan, June 25, 2004 View PDF

"Panel debates 10 percent rule" Published by the Star-Telegram, June 25, 2004 View PDF

"Top 10 percent law questioned" Published by Channel 8 News, June 24, 2004 View PDF

"Wealthy chafe at Texas recipe for diversity" Published by the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, June 13, 2004 View PDF

"Diversity plan shaped in Texas is under attack" Published by the New York Times, June 8, 2004 View PDF

"Reality Check Texas Top Ten Percent Plan" Published by the Hispanic Outlook, May 03, 2004 View PDF

"New UT Task Force recommends smaller student population" Published by the San Antonio Express-News, January 26, 2004 View PDF

"Affirmative action, Texas style, Stirs criticism" Published by The Christian Science Monitor, February 12, 2003 View PDF

"Admission plan faulted" Published by the Boston Globe, February 11, 2003 View PDF

"Schools share diversity efforts: Race-based policies aren't the only way" Published by the Atlanta-Journal Constitution, January 28, 2003 View PDF

"Answer to affirmative action falters in Texas" Published by the Detroit News Online, January 24, 2003 View PDF

"Using Synonyms for Race, College Strives for Diversity" Published by the New York Times, December 8, 2002 View PDF

"Class Rank Predicts Student Success" Published by USA Today, April 5, 2002 View PDF

"'Top 10 Percent' Helps Students" Published by the San Antonio Express-News, October 25, 2000 View PDF
 

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