Public Testimony The presiding chair shall designate whether public testimony will be taken at the beginning of the meeting, at the time the related item is taken up
The presiding chair shall designate whether public testimony will be taken at the beginning of the meeting, at the time the related item is taken up by the Board after staff has presented the item, or any other time as determined by the presiding chair. For procedures on testifying please go to http://www.highered.texas.gov/public-testimony.
Agenda and Materials
VII: Major Policy Discussion: Initiatives to support direct-to-college enrollment of high-achieving high school graduates PPT
VIII-A: Update on Building a Talent Strong Texas PPT
IX-B: Consideration and possible action to approve the formula advisory committees’ recommendations relating to funding formulas for use by the governor and the Legislative Budget Board in making appropriations recommendations to the appropriate legislative committees report PPT
IX-C: Consideration and possible action to adopt the commissioner’s recommendation relating to the annual report about the financial condition of the state’s community college districts (SB 1, 87th Texas Legislature, Regular Session, Rider 12, III-226)
XI-C: Consideration and possible action to adopt the report to the Legislature regarding Texas Education Code, Chapter 51, Subchapters E-2 and E-3
XII-D (1): Consideration and possible action to approve the proposed repeal and replacement of Rule 1.16, concerning contracts, including grants, for materials and/or services supplemental materials
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Texas Penal Code Section 46.035(c) states: “A license holder commits an offense if the license holder intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly carries a handgun under the authority of Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code, regardless of whether the handgun is concealed or carried in a shoulder or belt holster, in the room or rooms where a meeting of a governmental entity is held and if the meeting is an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Government Code, and the entity provided notice as required by that chapter.” Thus, no person can carry a handgun and enter the room or rooms where a meeting of the THECB is held if the meeting is an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Government Code.
Please Note that this governmental meeting is, in the opinion of counsel representing THECB, an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Government Code and THECB is providing notice of this meeting as required by Chapter 551. In addition, please note that the written communication required by Texas Penal Code Sections 30.06 and 30.07, prohibiting both concealed and open carry of handguns by Government Code Chapter 411 licensees, will be posted at the entrances to this governmental meeting