(a) Not later than March 1 of each year and in the form prescribed by the coordinating
board, each public junior college shall provide to the coordinating board and the
legislature a report on courses taken by students who, during the preceding academic
year, transferred to a general academic teaching institution or earned an associate
degree at the college.
(b) A report required by this section must include the total number of:
(1) courses attempted and completed at the college, including the total number of
semester credit hours for those courses, disaggregated by whether the course is in:
(A) the Workforce Education Course Manual or its successor adopted by the coordinating
(B) the Lower-Division Academic Course Guide Manual or its successor adopted by the
(2) courses attempted and completed at the college that are not in the recommended
core curriculum developed by the coordinating board under Section 61.822; and
(3) dual credit courses, including courses for joint high school and junior college
credit under Section 130.008, attempted and completed at the college.
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