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Texas Lyceum: Identifying the Next Generation of Texas Leaders

Since 1980, the Texas Lyceum has sought to identify and develop the next generation of leaders in Texas. It’s a non-profit, non-partisan board of 96 people from all across the state. The association selects its own members, who seek to educate themselves on a variety of issues. The Lyceum conducts public forums, publishes a journal […]

Since 1980, the Texas Lyceum has sought to identify and develop the next generation of leaders in Texas. It’s a non-profit, non-partisan board of 96 people from all across the state. The association selects its own members, who seek to educate themselves on a variety of issues. The Lyceum conducts public forums, publishes a journal and commissions the Texas Lyceum Poll, among other efforts.

Members of the Texas Lyceum recently returned from a trip abroad to visit the Panama Canal. To learn what they were doing there, and what it has to do with Houston, we hear from Sanjay Ram and Jane Cummins.

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