No ‘dynamic duo’: Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick have forged separate roles

AUSTIN — In eight years as arguably the most conservative “Big Two” in Texas history, Gov. Greg Abbott and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick have achieved an uneasy peace. The two Republican leaders rarely clash in public and they’ve increasingly avoided conflict by doubling down on the unique — and quite different — duties the state Constitution prescribes for them. Abbott glad-hands with corporate titans

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Great Recommendation Letters Win Big Scholarship Bucks

Your scholarship application is due in ten days. It must have three recommendation letters attached, and, so far, you have not gotten any back from your teachers. A note to each of them last week hasn’t gotten any results. Talk about strained nerves. All the work to get the application ready, and now letters are halting the process. This is

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What Everybody Ought to Know About Scholarship

Financial aid like scholarships and grants are money gifted to students or pupils to help them get through college or university and can be in various forms. They are different from student loans in the sense that they don’t have to be paid back. This kind of education financing can be paid either directly to the student or paid to

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How to Search for Scholarships

Using the Internet To Search One of the most valuable resources for searching for a scholarship is the Internet. When searching for a scholarship, think about your qualities, skills, and high school activities that may place you in a scholarship opportunity. Scholarships come in many shapes and forms, and it is quite likely that you can receive a scholarship for

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