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Texas State is an excellent place to receive an education. The state provides a variety of options for students, such as public schools, private schools, and vocational programs. Schools in Texas State are rated highly by the state's Department of Education, and many students have gone on to pursue successful careers after graduating from these programs. Students at Texas schools also benefit from access to a range of local educational resources including libraries and museums. Additionally, Texas State offers several support services for students with special needs or disabilities. This commitment to providing quality education makes Texas State a great place for students to get an education.

Texas schools spend $10,178 per student (The US average is $12,383). There are 15 pupils per teacher, 765 students per librarian, and 490 children per counselor.

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There are numerous positives about TX. They include a strong work effort, basic honesty of its citizens, & no state income tax. Unfortunately major metro areas of DFW,  More

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You are sad, young girl from Austin, Texas. I was born, and raised, in New Jersey, and I wouldn't trade my youth spent growing up in the Garden State for anything. I  More

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