A group of more than 200 powerful philanthropists, business leaders and other stakeholders have formed a coalition to push back against dramatic changes sought for Texas colleges and universities by Gov. Rick Perry and a group of university regents, reports the Houston Chronicle. Called the Texas Coalition for Excellence in Higher Education, members’ names grace buildings on campuses across the state and include former university regents, chancellors and presidents…

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