The Oregon Education Investment Board will be in Bend later this month to hear from local teachers, educators and citizens. It's part of a seven meeting tour across the state. Governor's Office spokesperson Sarah Carlin Ames they want to let people know about different laws and reforms affecting education in Oregon, and get feedback from the public. "You hear different things in different communities about what the needs are and what the strengths are and that's why we want to go out and hear from local teachers and community members because you hear different things when you go to different parts of the state." The meeting in Bend is set for Monday, January 23rd at Central Oregon Community College. It runs form 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.