|September 26, 2022||Supporting Agency Capacity for Effective Regulation|
TCEQ needs the flexibility to hire and retain qualified employees to continue effective regulatory oversight. Texas Emissions Reduction Program funding for alternative fuel infrastructure should be reevaluated to address the needs of heavy-duty hydrogen fuel cell trucks.
|Testimony||Jeremy Mazur||testimony||budget energy lar tceq||jeremy-mazur|
|August 10, 2022||SB 1102 (87-R): TRUE Program|
The data collected on short-term credentials through TRUE program, combined with the work of BTST to determine which credentials are credentials of value, can be seamlessly integrated into workforce-aligned reforms
|July 26, 2022||Texas Parents Anxious About Their Child’s Education, with Hispanics and Spanish-Speakers the Most Worried|
The only way the state can overcome the academic deficits it currently faces is by viewing parents as powerful partners in this change and equipping them with the data they need to advocate for their child.
|Testimony||Mary Lynn Pruneda||testimony||education||mary-lynn-pruneda|
|June 13, 2022||Testimony on Work-Based Learning (Interim Charge) Senate Natural Resources & Economic Development Committee|
Work-based learning is already a strong tool for the state to strengthen its workforce and secure its long-term economic competitiveness. However, as HB 1247 articulates, there is a need to ensure that any Texan wanting to participate in a work-based learning program has the opportunity to do so.
|March 3, 2021||Changing World Oil Markets and the Texas Economy|
New research by Texas 2036 and Center for Houston’s Future on the impact of changing world oil markets on the Texas economy.
|Reports||Center for Houston's Future||reports||budget economy energy||center-for-houstons-future|