Oregon University System Seeks More Autonomy

July 13, 2010

The Oregon State Board of Higher Education voted last week to ask state officials to give the Oregon University System more autonomy in return for certain accountability measures, The Oregonian reported. Under the plan, the universities would get more control over tuition, purchasing rules and budgets generally. But at the same time, the universities would have to commit to specific goals in enrollment, graduation rates, research and other measures.

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