Oregon schools need billions to close funding gap, education commission says

Years of underfunding has lead to a widening gap between what schools need and what they’re getting, a new report says

Courtesy of Oregon Capital Chronicle - AUGUST 8, 2022 |  5:45 AM

Julie Cleve, a reading specialist at Hallman Elementary School in Salem. Due to teacher shortages, many schools leaned heavily on emergency licensed teachers. (Fred Joe/Salem Reporter)

Struggling with staffing shortages exacerbated by the pandemic, Oregon schools leaned heavily last year on . . .

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