Generation Texas is a statewide, grassroots movement promoting a culture of college and career readiness leading to the most successful generation ever. All over Texas, students are finding their voices, setting strong goals, and fueling the movement called Generation Texas. Through both inspiration and information, Generation Texas connects students to each other and clarifies the steps they need to take on the path to college and career education, from taking the right classes and tests, to applying to colleges, to finding the money to pay for school. For more information, visit www.GenTX.org.
The Generation Texas campaign is spearheaded in the region by the South Plains Closing the Gaps P-20 Council, a coalition of higher education institutions, Region 17 Education Service Center school districts, businesses, and community organizations. South Plains GenTX is serving as a hub for community coordination of resources to prepare west Texas students for college and careers as well as provide a focused marketing effort and curriculum of in-school messaging to inspire and ignite a shared commitment to producing the most successful generation of students ever. The P-20 Council is utilizing college students to deliver the GenTX message. The team of students, known as GenTXperts, have coordinated many upcoming events to promote GenTX awareness.
South Plains GenTX Texas Tech University College of Education Building P.O. Box 41071 Lubbock, TX 79409 (806) 834-3776