Major League Baseball isn't coming to the home of Oregon's largest school district. But big, radical change is still coming to this part of Portland — and that could mean a windfall for the district.
As state officials revisit approval of part-time high school for certain students, the state's largest district remembers its recent history with adding instruction time.
The two interns were harassed by former state Sen. Jeff Kruse. They've come forward publicly for the first time as part of an ongoing legal fight.
Seven weeks after backing her state Board of Education’s decision to loosen high school instruction-time requirements, Gov. Kate Brown is second-guessing the decision.
Total university enrollment is at its lowest point since 2012, and the enrollment of students from Oregon is in a trough not seen since 2008.
“I came to the mic for my concession speech and people were already chanting ‘2020,’” she said in an interview with the East Oregonian on Friday.
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