WASHINGTON – A College Board study says Texas is one of the least highly-educated states in the nation.
The board, which administers the SAT and AP tests, ranks Texas 40th in the number of people ages 25 to 34 who hold at least a college associate degree.
In addition, less than one-third of Texans in that age group have a postsecondary degree, far below the 41 percent national average.
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