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Bill Will Make the Governor Head of Schools

The Oregon Senate approves a bill that would make the Governor the head of the State's Public Schools system. Senator Richard Devlin voted against the proposal. A bipartisan group of supporters say the bill allows the Governor to appoint a Deputy Superintendent who has the skills to promote an overhaul of the state education system. The bill moves to the House for further consideration.

 

 

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