This board displays information relating to the learning of Latin and Greek in Texas across the 20th and early 21st century. It compares mission statements from HBCUs a hundred years ago to their equivalent at UT today. And it features charts illustrating the changing role of Latin in Texas education. Against the context of increasing numbers of students in the state, recent years have seen the lowest Greek and Latin enrollments on record. Despite these challenges, Latin remains a widely available and relatively popular subject in comparison to most modern languages outside the top three.