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Oregon Revised Statutes Title 30. Education and Culture

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  • Chapter 326. State Administration of Education
  • Chapter 327. State Financing of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • Chapter 328. Local Financing of Education
  • Chapter 329. Oregon Educational Act for the 21st Century; Educational Improvement and Reform
  • Chapter 329A. Child Care
  • Chapter 330. Boundary Changes; Mergers
  • Chapter 332. Local Administration of Education
  • Chapter 334. Education Service Districts
  • Chapter 335. High Schools
  • Chapter 336. Conduct of Schools Generally
  • Chapter 337. Books and Instructional Materials
  • Chapter 338. Public Charter Schools
  • Chapter 339. School Attendance; Admission; Discipline; Safety
  • Chapter 340. College Credit Earned in High School
  • Chapter 341. Community Colleges
  • Chapter 342. Teachers and Other School Personnel
  • Chapter 343. Special Education and Other Specialized Education Services
  • Chapter 344. Career and Technical Education; Education Related to Employment
  • Chapter 345. Career Schools
  • Chapter 346. Programs for Persons Who Are Blind or Deaf
  • Chapter 348. Student Aid; Education Stability Fund; Planning
  • Chapter 350. Statewide Coordination of Higher Education
  • Chapter 352. Public Universities
  • Chapter 353. Oregon Health and Science University
  • Chapter 354. Educational Television and Radio; Distance Learning; Translator Districts
  • Chapter 357. Libraries; State Archivist; Poet Laureate
  • Chapter 358. Oregon Historical and Heritage Agencies, Programs and Tax Provisions; Museums; Local Symphonies and Bands; Archaeological Objects and Sites
  • Chapter 359. Art and Culture

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