Funding uncertainty clouds debate over Oregon school reform

09/26/2006 | Oregonian (Portland), The

By some measures -- including high school completion and per-pupil funding rates -- Oregon lags national averages. If voters reject an upcoming ballot measure that limits growth in state spending to inflation and population increases, the state could have a more stable school-funding stream, but K-12 schools would still need to compete with higher education and other agencies for their share of the money.

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