Oregon leaders need to stop disrupting education reforms, report finds

A new state report released Tuesday, May 24, urges reforms to make better use of $4 billion a year spent on public schools in Oregon. (The Enterprise/Rachel Parsons)

Oregon leaders need to press for more accountability while avoiding political “flavor of the month” funding choices so schooling for the state’s 540,000 students can improve, a new state report concludes.

State auditors . . .

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