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NPR Education Correspondent Claudio Sanchez talks with KLCC's Jacob Lewin. Claudio Sanchez will give a public talk Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock at the UO Knight Law Center. Room 175

The University of Oregon is considering a tuition increase. The Board of Trustees is expected to vote on the proposal this week.

Jes Burns

79 non-tenured faculty members at the University of Oregon’s largest college have received the news that they’re out of a job next year. The move is part of an overall re-structuring taking place at the U of O.

Rachael McDonald

A group of University of Oregon students is holding a sit-in at Johnson Hall on campus. They want the U of O Foundation to divest from fossil fuels.

Lane Community College

Thousands of applicants have signed up for a new program that helps Oregonians get a free community college education. The deadline to apply for Oregon Promise grants is March 1st.

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A program that offers Lane County children tools to prepare for kindergarten has received federal money to expand to more school districts. The funds will total $3 million over three years.

This is the final week for families in the Eugene 4J district to make their choices about which school they’d like their children to attend.

At the same time law enforcement was grappling with an armed occupation outside of Burns, a high school teacher was finding a "teachable moment." Actually a month of teachable moments. The armed takeover of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge shut down Harney County schools for a week. That time off gave Jake Thompson time to think. The Burns High School social studies teacher emailed his principal, and his students' parents. Thompson told them he wanted to discuss the occupation. He said...

Spanish and English have been in contact with each other since colonial times. A University of Oregon professor has brought them together for a new class called "Spanglish."

Recorded on: February 5, 2016 Air Date: February 8, 2016 On July 1, 2015, Michael Schill left the Windy City and his job as dean of the University of Chicago Law school to begin his tenure as the president of the University of Oregon. He has committed his leadership to achieving three primary objectives: Building tenure-related faculty and promoting academic research Ensuring access and success for students Delivering a rich, excellent educational experience In this presentation President...

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