Gov. Rick Perry addressed a few higher education issues during his biennial state of the state address before a joint session of the Texas Legislature on Tuesday.
Perry once again called for efforts to make higher education more accessible and affordable to Texans.
He pitched a four-year tuition freeze at public colleges and universities and voiced his support for a $10,000 degree program.
The governor also supports tying a minimum of 10 percent of a school’s state funding to the number of students it graduates.