Susanne York’s first attempt at a college education was almost 35 years ago. She always wanted to earn her degree, but her life took a different path. She married, became a mom, and opened a family business.

The Value of Higher Education in Meeting Texas Workforce Needs

When Seguin High School English Language Arts teacher Mark Weber completed his master’s degree in educational leadership from WGU Texas in January, he also became WGU’s 100,000th graduate . The degree is a key part of Weber’s mission to help as many students as possible, including those who may be

As you consider which skills and qualifications you want to acquire, here is a look at the top 5 careers in nursing based on salary, education, and projected job growth.

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