School pledges free tuition for many students

The University of Texas at Austin announced Tuesday that it will provide free tuition for all in-state students whose families earn less than $65,000 a year.
0:26 | 07/10/19

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A college education just got a lot more sensible for a lot of Texas students for from low income households and the University of Texas and often just traded a 160 million dollar endowment it'll be used to give full scholarships. To instate students from families who earn 65000 dollars or less a year. The daily said that 21% of students will automatically get those scholarships. Beginning next fall what a huge difference that will make them hats off.

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