New law requires Texas universities make course, prof. info public

When students return to school, starting September 1, they'll have much more than just a few lines to read to judge a class. Texas Tech administrators say the goal is three clicks.

With each click students, parents and anyone else will be able to look at a course syllabus, teacher background or past evaluations.

Texas Tech already makes this information available online but currently only to Red Raiders. Now the campus and every other public university in Texas must redesign to make it public knowledge.

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